The missing link in infosec today is not about alerts – it’s about the context of those alerts. What, When, Where, Why, How and most importantly – Who. SentinelLabs came to life to solve the gap security practitioners have between autonomously protecting their enterprise assets and understanding the significance and story of alerts. Unlike other threat intelligence solutions, SentinelLabs does not focus on sharing what is already public knowledge. We focus on new findings that can assist enterprises in staying protected from adversaries. We cover both cybercrime and APT (nation-state) while having a voice in the larger community of threat hunters who are passionate about a world that is safer for all. In addition to Microsoft operating system coverage, we also provide coverage and guidance on the evolving and growing adversaries that attack Mac and Linux, too.


SentinelLabs members:

Jim Walter | Marco FigueroaPhil Stokes | Caleb Fenton | Daniel Bunce | Migo Kedem | Gal Kristal | Michael MyngerbayevAssaf Carlsbad | Vitali Kremez | Joshua Platt | Jason Reaves

Three simple ways to get more from SentinelLabs:

  • Follow us on Twitter, we just started, but we are sharing some exciting findings there
  • Join our Slack community – where the community (and us) are sharing information and
  • Follow the SentinelOne YouTube channel, where we post every week new ransomware and malware demos.

Lastly, we do recommend you checking the SentinelOne blog, where you can find thought leadership posts, new features of the SentinelOne platform, weekly cybersecurity news digest and demos.


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