SentinelOne has announced its new integration with Armis, the leading unified asset analysis platform. Decoupling helps organizations protect against modern threats and provides unified and unparalleled visibility across endpoints, cloud, mobile, IoT, OT devices, and more. Visibility is important for security services and operational groups, but as networks become more complex, it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain visibility and reduce the attack surface.
The Internet of things and OT environments create unique complexities and limit the visibility and control of assets, especially in the healthcare, manufacturing, and critical infrastructure sectors. These different environments bring new risks to ransomware and malware in the context of today’s changing threat environment. “Devices left unattended are a very attractive target of attack for threat actors. Armis delivers uniquely intelligent and analytical information about assets on both managed and unmanaged devices, allowing customers to quickly reduce the number of attacks to protect their organizations from attackers,” said Ed Barry, vice president of strategic alliances at Armis. “SentinelOne’s autonomous approach to preventing and addressing impacts, combined with the broad visibility of Armis, takes attack assessment and impact mitigation to the next level.” Together, SentinelOne and Armis offer three best-in-class solutions:
The SentinelOne Singularity XDR for Armis app provides October context and enrichment to accelerate threat sequencing and expedite investigation for the managed. unmanaged endpoints, internet of things devices, and OT. Armis integration for SentinelOne Singularity XDR – provides equal visibility to the device with coverage of wide user endpoints, the Internet of things, and OT devices. It also integrates device health, asset metadata, and application inventory into risk models to improve prioritizing and addressing vulnerabilities.