At Black Hat USA 2018, JASK and SentinelOne have announced a partnership and the technology integration of the SentinelOne autonomous endpoint protection console with the JASK Autonomous Security Operations Center (ASOC) platform. Through this integration, joint customers will gain unprecedented visibility of and autonomous protection from threats across data and assets, from the data center to the endpoint.

 Today’s SOC teams require security solutions that provide deep visibility of all assets and data, combined with autonomous detection and remediation of threats,” said Greg Martin, CEO of JASK. “With SentinelOne, our joint customers will now be able to stay one step ahead of adversaries by identifying and stopping attacks across the enterprise, including those delivered through encrypted traffic.”

Through the integration, joint customers will be able to ingest threat data, alerts and audit logs from the SentinelOne platform directly into the JASK platform, providing detailed content and deep visibility across assets. This powerful combination of self-learning artificial intelligence (AI) security technologies empowers customers to easily correlate endpoint attacks with malicious behavior on the network, providing actionable intelligence and autonomous protection.

“Responding to the velocity and ferociousness of today’s attacks requires the ability to quickly determine the root cause, quantify the impact and pinpoint its progression so you can stop them before it causes material business damage,” said Golan Ben-Oni, CIO, IDT Corporation. “The combined power of the SentinelOne and JASK solution will give our cyber investigators the ability to quickly identify, follow and stop threats wherever they hit.”

The combination of SentinelOne and JASK provides customers with a single source for unparalleled visibility across all data and assets. SentinelOne is the only platform that autonomously defends every endpoint against every type of attack, at every stage in the threat lifecycle. JASK automates tier one analyst work by using AI and machine learning to correlate and analyze vast amounts of natively-acquired data, enriched with information from existing security solutions to streamline investigation and response.

“Securing today’s network can be a nightmare – with hardware on premises, data centers in the cloud, and users and devices accessing both from anywhere in the world. Customers today require solutions that can provide visibility across all of these assets,” said Tomer Weingarten, CEO and co-founder, SentinelOne. “The integration of SentinelOne and JASK provides security teams with the ability to see any activity and ensure that only approved devices and users are accessing resources.”