Advanced Endpoint Protection & Response
Advanced Endpoint Protection & Response | Secure Solutions Technology Partners
Today's viruses, malware and ransomware are more sophisticated than ever. It is easy to see why when we look at the state of the cyber crime market. In 2018 damage estimates exceeded $3 trillion dollars. While experts expect that number to double by 2021. Cyber criminals are no longer your neighborhood geek sitting in his room hacking local businesses. Today's cyber criminals are large criminal organizations making significant investments to hire the best talent they can find. Salaries for job offerings on the Dark Web are in excess of $60,000 per month with guarantees of $1M per year in 2 years. This is BIG business and it takes new technologies and next generation thinking to fight back.
That's where we come in. Secure Solutions Technology has invested in the industries best technology and the 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customer Choice for Endpoint Detection and Response, to help our customers fight back against this epidemic.
Our SentinelOne platform is the only one that defends every endpoint against every type of attack at, every stage in the threat lifecycle. Unlike other anti-virus products that rely on signatures to detect viruses and malware, SentinelOne's behavioral artificial intelligence models can detect almost any type of attack without any prior knowledge. And they back that up with $1 million in warranty protection against ransomware attacks.
Not only is it one of the best anti-virus, malware and ransomware products on the market, it also has one of the smallest processing footprints of any product. Which means that stopping threats won't kill your end-user productivity.
SentinelOne’s Automated EDR can mitigate threats automatically and auto-immunize the endpoints against newly discovered threats. As a final safety measure, SentinelOne can even rollback an endpoint to its pre-infected state.
Industry Leading Endpoint Protection Against Diverse Modes of Attack
Trojans, malware, worms, back doors, payload-based
Memory-only malware, no disk-backed indicators
Exploits rooted in Office documents, Adobe files, macros & spear phishing emails
Powershell, WMI, PowerSploit, VBS
Mimikatz, credential scraping, tokens
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