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How to Utilize Attivo in a Zero Trust Architecture

As organizations increasingly move to cloud services, have more work locations, adopt Bring-Your-Own-Device policies, and deploy Internet of Things (IoT) devices into their networks, their traditional way to protect a network perimeter must change. The castle-and-moat model of hardening network perimeters to prevent a compromise can no longer effectively provide security in a world of …

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SentinelOne Closes Attivo Networks Purchase

SentinelOne (NYSE: S) closed its acquisition of identity security company Attivo Networks through a cash-and-stock transaction that was first announced in mid-March. SentinelOne said Wednesday the transaction expands the capabilities of its Singularity XDR platform to identity-based threats across cloud workloads, endpoints, data, mobile and internet of things devices while advancing the adoption of zero trust approach. In March, SentinelOne announced …

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How zero trust and endpoint isolation boosts device security

Challenges security teams face in understanding and implementing zero trust were laid bare in a survey CyberRisk Alliance Business Intelligence conducted in January and February 2022 among 300 IT and cybersecurity professionals.  But there is much security teams can do to move past those challenges. One of the less-understood elements is endpoint isolation, designed to improve device …

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New CISA Zero Trust Updates Confirm Identity’s Central Role

Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Security Advocate, Attivo Networks – Achieving a “perfect” zero-trust environment isn’t easy, if even achievable. However, most experts would agree that using it as a guidepost for least privilege management and benchmarking program maturity makes is useful. Zero trust is undoubtably more of a journey more than a destination, and …

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Just 35% of security pros say they are ‘very familiar’ with zero trust

Despite all the hype surrounding zero trust over the past few years, those in the industry might reasonably expect that most organizations would have implemented by now, or at least be in the advanced stages of doing so. However, research from CyberRisk Alliance Business Intelligence based on 300 responses from IT and security decision-makers and influencers found …

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SentinelOne to acquire Attivo Networks for $617 million

SentinelOne has announced its intent to acquire identity detection and response expert Attivo Networks for $616.5 million in cash and equity. The acquisition will allow SentinelOne to further expand its artificial intelligence (AI)-powered capabilities to address identity-based threats, paving the way for advanced enterprise zero trust and extended detection and response (XDR) solutions. “The shift to hybrid work and increased …

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SentinelOne to Acquire Attivo Networks for $617M

SentinelOne, an autonomous cybersecurity platform company, has entered an agreement to acquire Attivo Networks, a leading identity security and lateral movement protection company.  With this acquisition, SentinelOne extends its AI-powered prevention, detection, and response capabilities to identity-based threats, setting the standard for XDR and accelerating enterprise zero trust adoption. Under the terms of the agreement, …

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SentinelOne buys Attivo for $616.5M, but shares drop despite strong earnings report

Shares in SentinelOne Inc. dropped in late trading today despite beating expectations in its latest earnings report on the same day the cybersecurity provider announced it has agreed to acquire Attivo Networks Inc. for $616.5 million. For the quarter ended Jan. 31, SentinelOne reported an adjusted loss of 16 cents per share, compared with a loss …

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Repelling A Ransomware Attack: Tony Cole of Attivo Networks On The 5 Things You Need To Do To Protect Yourself Or Your Business From A Ransomware Attack

Ransomware attacks have sadly become commonplace and increasingly more brazen. Huge enterprise businesses, gas pipelines, universities, and even cities have been crippled by ransomware and forced to pay huge ransoms. What can an individual or a business do to prevent and repel a ransomware attack? In this interview series, we are talking to cybersecurity experts …

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Why Businesses Should Follow Government In Adopting Zero Trust Cybersecurity Strategies

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released this week their strategy to move the U.S. government toward a “zero trust” approach to cybersecurity. According to a memo from the OMB, “A key tenet of a zero trust architecture is that no network is implicitly considered trusted—a principle that may be at odds with some agencies’ current approach to …

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