SentinelOne announced an alliance with KPMG LLP, the audit, tax and advisory firm, to accelerate investigations and response to cyberattacks.
David Nides, KPMG Principal and National Cyber Threat Management Services Co-Leader, said, “Our customers are global in nature and find themselves rethinking cybersecurity,” “The future of cybersecurity is autonomous, and SentinelOne, coupled with the industry experience of KPMG, helps prepare enterprises for tomorrow’s threat landscape. SentinelOne Singularity XDR can help our customers respond to incidents as well as collaborate on preventive services.”
Cyberattacks are a daily occurrence for enterprises in every geography and sector. Together, KPMG cyber response services and SentinelOne Singularity XDR can help organizations gain visibility, protection, and response against advanced threats to mitigate risk. Today’s threat landscape targets the modern enterprise perimeter, spanning endpoints, clouds, and identities. With KPMG and SentinelOne, enterprises are more protected against the loss of intellectual property, customer data, and other sensitive information that can cause financial and reputational damage.
Jonathan Fairtlough, KPMG Principal, Cyber Threat Management Services, said, “The KPMG and SentinelOne alliance helps provide integrated support to our clients. This is critical during an incident related deployment, and a term benefit that assists our clients in making the most of a cyber security investment.”
Michael Labate, Director of Global IT, The Middleby Corporation, said, “Our experience with KPMG and SentinelOne has resulted in a whole new cybersecurity posture,” “Combining the industry’s most autonomous cybersecurity technology with the tested and tenured cybersecurity expertise helps scale our security operations as well as bring cybersecurity assurance to our executives.”
For enterprises that have previously fallen victim to an attack, the KPMG Digital Responder (KDR) integrates with Singularity XDR’s data ingest, helping enterprises rapidly ingest and correlate data so incident response teams can go back in time and perform true enterprise forensics and understand the root cause of attacks. The alliance empowers enterprises to contain breaches, remediate impacted assets, and return to productivity in a rapid and complete fashion.
“The KPMG cyber team is consistently on the front lines of the most critical breaches of today, many of which compromise identity access, penetrate cloud instances and endpoints, and exfiltrate data,” said Jared Phipps, SVP, Americas Sales and Solution Engineering, SentinelOne. “Our technology provides the backbone to deliver best-in-class incident response at speed and scale as well as proactive cybersecurity readiness services. Together, KPMG and SentinelOne help the world’s leading enterprises reduce risk and stay protected.”