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SentinelOne XDR

Discover how Castra uses SentinelOne Singularity XDR to automate customized detection and response processes.

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SentinelOne Singularity XDR brings four valuable benefits to Castra’s managed detection and response service:

  1. Simplified security workflow customization
  2. Unified cross-system response automation
  3. Accelerated incident investigations
  4. Greater visibility into security processes

Improve Customizability, Visibility, and Automation with SentinelOne XDR

SentinelOne Singularity XDR significantly advances traditional endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions. By unifying EDR capabilities across the entire organization, it provides a centralized solution for end-to-end visibility, robust analytics, and automation throughout the enterprise tech stack.

Singularity XDR is a flexible platform for unifying security technologies across endpoints, cloud-based assets, network devices, and more. Through the Singularity Marketplace, security professionals can chain together discrete, one-click applications to create custom integrations that leverage the full power of their entire security tech stack. 

Enterprise-wide Automation Made Easy

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It is now possible to achieve multi-layered security throughout the entire organization without enormous investments in time and resources to build complex custom configurations. SentinelOne enables automated workflows with a wide range of integrated and third-party applications. 

Building an automated enterprise security workflow no longer involves time-consuming scripting and compatibility issues. Analysts can use SentinelOne to quickly automate and configure detection and response workflows to meet urgent security needs directly.  

Leveraging multiple security tools from different vendors into a unified, highly orchestrated detection and response system has never been easier. SentinelOne enables security teams to automate the process of restricting user access, blocking attacks, or isolating endpoints when suspicious activity occurs. 

Learn how SIEM, Threat Intel, and XDR work together with Castra at the helm.

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Gain Visibility into the Entire Security Tech Stack

Through SentinelOne’s Singularity Marketplace gives security teams immediate visibility into extended detection and response workflows through a single dashboard. SentinelOne accelerates threat investigation by providing context and intelligence from every connected application. 

This makes it possible for security analysts to immediately prioritize security events and establish an accurate narrative during the investigation. Security teams can correlate events across the enterprise and address multiple alerts as a single security incident. 

By aggregating the reports of multiple applications into a single dashboard, SentinelOne allows security professionals to detect and address suspicious behaviors before catastrophic damage is done. With the right configuration, security teams can detect privilege escalations and lateral movement well before attackers reach the organization’s most sensitive data. 

Expands detection capabilities to endpoints with the immediate ability to take action with:

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MXDR

  • SentinelOne Singularity XDR License
  • 24/7 SOC Type II Security Operation Center
  • 24/7 premium Alarm Monitoring & Response
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MXDR+

Up to 5,000 Users

  • SentinelOne Singularity XDR License
  • Add Customized Threat Detection
  • 24/7 Premium Alarm Monitoring & Response
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MXDR Pro

Up to 5,000 Users

  • SentinelOne Singularity XDR License
  • Add Anomali ThreatStream License
  • Add Threat Hunting Pro
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SentinelOne XDR FAQs 

What is SentinelOne XDR and how does it work?
SentinelOne XDR (Extended Detection and Response) is a security solution that provides comprehensive protection for endpoints, servers and cloud workloads. It allows you to maximize visibility across your entire business, automate responses throughout your security ecosystem, and provides instant protection coverage. Paired with Castra’s MDR service, you can deploy SentinelOne XDR (with other SIEM and Threat Intelligence technology) to detect, prevent, and respond to cyber-attacks in real-time. 
What is the difference between SentinelOne EDR and SentinelOne XDR?
The main difference between SentinelOne EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response) and SentinelOneXDR (Extended Detection and Response) is that EDR is focused solely on endpoint protection, while XDR allows you to take action beyond endpoints to servers, cloud workloads and networks as well.
How does SentinelOne XDR handle multi-vector threats?
SentinelOne XDR can identify and stop multi-vector threats, such as malware, phishing, and social engineering, by analyzing the behavior of processes, files, and network connections, identifying anomalies and malicious activity. It also provides a comprehensive view of the attack surface, allowing security teams to understand the full scope of the attack and take appropriate action. When used in tandem with a MDR service provider like Castra, you’ll receive automated incident response alerts and guidance on how your organization can take immediate action to contain and eliminate these threats. 
How does SentinelOne XDR integrate with other security solutions?
SentinelOne XDR integrates with other security solutions like Exabeam SIEM and Anomali's ThreatStream, which can all be managed by Castra to provide your organization with a robust security posture. When integrated, SentinelOne XDR can correlate security data, automate incident response and enrich its detections with SIEM and threat intelligence technology for better threat detection and prevention. 
How can I deploy SentinelOne XDR in my organization?

Deploying SentinelOne XDR in your organization involves assessing your needs, providing necessary resources, installing and configuring the software, integrating it with existing security solutions, testing and training personnel. 

However, for many organizations, deploying and managing that on your own can be a lot of work (not to mention expensive). That’s why many companies use a Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service provider like Castra to help streamline the deployment process by providing expert assistance and management throughout the process and ongoing maintenance.

At Castra, we ensure the best performance of your security solution, and also provide expert analysis and management of security incidents. Schedule a call today to learn more. 

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