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Endpoint of Singularity – SentinelOne disrupting the Top Right Quadrant for Endpoint Protection

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We speak with Evan Davidson, Vice-President, Asia Pacific & Japan and Kelvin Wee, Director for Security Engineering, APJ for SentinelOne and discuss how AI-driven innovations are disrupting the Top Right Quadrant for Endpoint Protection.

We also discuss what the Mitre Att&ck evaluation is, their methodology and why it has become one of the best sources for CISOs to choose their cybersecurity solutions. SentinelOne scored 100% for visibility in the evaluation and we cover the critical importance visibility has in providing extended detection and response capability.

Linked to the Mitre Att&ck evaluation is available via https://attackevals.mitre-engenuity.o…

Recorded courtesy of SentinelOne, 27 May 2021 – Cyber Security Weekly Podcast version is available here https://blubrry.com/mysecurity/778722..

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