We’re excited and humbled to announce that Microsoft has selected SentinelOne to power Mac and Linux endpoint protection in the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service.
The fact that SentinelOne is the only next-gen endpoint protection company to be selected is a testament to our approach to autonomous endpoint protection. We are honored to collaborate with the world’s largest OS manufacturer, which powers the most endpoints globally, to help make the world a safer place.
Windows Defender ATP customers using Macs can now rest easy knowing that the Best AV for MacOSwill be protecting their endpoints. As for the Linux crowd – this is yet another demonstration of SentinelOne’s commitment to the Linux community.
So, what does this mean for customers? It makes it incredibly easy to integrate with Windows Defender ATP and implement the service with just a few clicks. There are no infrastructure requirements. Once the integration is configured, new events from onboarded MacOS and Linux devices start natively surfacing into the Windows Defender ATP console.
Now, security teams will be able to more easily manage security across an increasingly complex sea of disparate endpoints – monitoring all activity, autonomously detecting, and taking actions on the most advanced threats in real-time from the Windows Defender ATP interface.
This is just the latest effort to provide our customers with more APIs than any endpoint company in the world. Currently, SentinelOne has more than 200 APIs to leading security and infrastructure products, empowering customers to integrate and unify security assets within their environment.
We believe this is a big reason why SentinelOne continues to gain new customers and market share – increasing the year-over-year customer base 370 percent to more than 2,000 customer deployments.
We’re proud of this growth and will continue to innovate to bring more value to customers. If you’re interested in more information on the integration with Windows Defender ATP, or in evaluating our product, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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