KPMG partners with SentinelOne on cyber incident response

KPMG says the current cyber landscape requires advanced technologies, such as SentinelOne's offering, and techniques to effectively mitigate risk

SentinelOne, an autonomous cybersecurity platform company, has announced that KPMG Cyber Response Services team will use SentinelOne’s Singularity XDR platform to accelerate investigations and response to cyberattacks. KPMG is also leveraging SentinelOne for compromise assessments across its customer portfolio.

David Nides, Principal, KPMG says: “The magnitude of cyber incidents that we encounter requires a combination of leading technology and strategic services to effectively mitigate risk.

“These incidents come with high pressure, compressed timelines, and the potential for significant financial and reputational losses. SentinelOne’s Singularity XDR platform can help accelerate the identification of and response to advanced threats.”

The KPMG Cyber Security Services team has been involved in many of the most high-profile breaches worldwide. KPMG can utilise SentinelOne’s Singularity XDR platform and Storyline Active Response (STAR) technology in incident response cases. SentinelOne’s AI-powered technology provides threat mitigation, remediation, and ransomware rollback capabilities.

Following SentinelOne’s 2021 acquisition of Scalyr, a cloud-scale data analytics platform powering SentinelOne XDR, KPMG is also leveraging the technology to rapidly ingest, correlate, search, and action data. This provides instant insights into endpoints anywhere in a centralised location.

Nicholas Warner, COO, SentinelOne says: “Milliseconds matter in breach situations. Incident response underscores the criticality of SentinelOne’s autonomous platform, which delivers machine-speed visibility, protection, and response.

“It’s an honour to be included in KPMG’s Cyber Security Services incident response capabilities and to enable global organisations to effectively prevent as well as respond to sophisticated attacks through and with the experts they trust.”

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