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Platform Capabilities

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ONE console, ONE agent: Centralized & intuitive operations through a single platform, includes EPP + EDR, Cloud Workload Protection, and Network Attack Surface ManagementMultiple consoles: Requires switching between SEP and EDR interfaces, “other” enterprise security offerings severely limited following Broadcom acquisition
Quick to deploy, easy to manage: Customers see fast time to value without extensive tuning and configuration
Complex and siloed: Each component (e.g. AV, firewall, device control, etc.) requires significant policy tuning to scale

Automation & Recovery

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Real-time, machine-powered attack reconstruction: Events are automatically reconstructed into an easily navigable Storyline™, focused & contextualized alerts for analysts means faster MTTRTedious correlation & contextualization: Investigation & hunting requires manual connection of events, manual addition of context, and parsing through false positives
Fully automated recovery: Autonomous & 1-click remediation and patented rollback
Manual & scripted remediation, legacy signature-based repair

EDR Quality & Coverage

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Static & behavioral AI-driven detection: Equipped to handle unknown threats and modern TTPs, including fileless and in-memory attacksLegacy, signature-based approach with immature ‘next-gen’ capabilities: Misses fileless & advanced attack TTPs (including ransomware), also misses advanced crypter/packer use
Fewest misses, richest detections in 2020 MITRE ATT&CK® evaluation: SentinelOne outperformed Symantec, correlating 9x the telemetry, tactics, and techniques (118 vs. 13) and producing half as many misses
Sparse data correlation, 2x as many misses: Symantec generated many detections, but without correlation between related events
365 day max EDR data retention in console
180 day max EDR data retention for cloud customers: Data automatically purged after 6 months, or as soon as the database reaches a certain threshold

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