Independent cybersecurity platform SentinelOne has launched its data analytics solution, DataSet. DataSet extends beyond cybersecurity use cases with the takeover of Scalyr, offering an unlimited business data platform for instant data queries, analytics, insights, and preservation.
SentinelOne’s Singularity XDR platform was designed particularly to secure itself from security threats by detecting malicious behavior using artificial intelligence (AI). Machine-made relevant storylines are generated and shared across the firms for visibility and response through individual datapoints which are connected automatically. Threat hunters can outperform their opponents by using Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and Extended Detection and Response (XDR) hunting queries, which give curated data sets. AI models use data sets to identify whether activities are benign or harmful in real-time.
“For cybersecurity to be effective, it must make split-second autonomous decisions because every millisecond matters. The way SentinelOne solves cybersecurity with data inspired us to apply our expertise beyond cybersecurity to a wide range of enterprise use cases,” said Tomer Weingarten, CEO, SentinelOne. “Our enterprise customers have the same data needs as SentinelOne – the ability to understand and action live data sets at speed. We’re announcing DataSet because we believe every business benefits from the power of understanding and acting on its data. Instantaneous, easy to use, and efficient understanding of a data set is the key to making better business decisions.”
Flexible cloud-native enterprise data platform, DataSet handles all kinds of data at a petabyte-scale. A huge amount of data can be processed instantly using DataSet, which provides log management, data analytics, and alerts with unmatched pace, efficiency, and performance, through a platform focused on security and privacy.
“Distributed cloud infrastructure and containerized applications contribute to a vast amount of fast-moving data. The amount of data created in the next three years will be more than the data created over the past 30 years,” said Stephen Elliot, Group VP, Research IT, Cloud Operations, and DevOps at IDC. “The ability to cost-effectively analyze data at scale will become a necessity for every organization.”
To tap into the potential of their data, CTOs, CIOs, engineering teams, and IT operations teams choose DataSet over Elastic and Splunk. Traditional data solutions are costly, sluggish, and incapable of scaling at the real-time speed that business and technology need. In the data-defined future, businesses that can most effectively exploit their data will succeed in their marketplaces.
“With DataSet, our engineering, infrastructure and security teams have one single source of truth to make data-driven decisions. We no longer have to stitch context across teams and use cases,” said Joshua Danielson, Chief Information Security Officer at Copart. “DataSet enables us to act based on data, reduce time to detect and resolve anomalies, and maintain security posture.”
“Before DataSet, there was no central management of logs due to the diverse technologies at TomTom. Having to search multiple tools was holding us back, certainly during incidents,”