Endpoint Security , Events , Incident & Breach Response
How XDR Is Fulfilling the Promise That SIEM Never DidSentinelOne President Nick Warner on How Attivo and Scalyr Advanced the XDR Mission
SentinelOne has expanded its detection and response capabilities beyond the endpoint in recent years with the acquisition of data analytics tech developer Scalyr and identity and deception technology vendor Attivo Networks, says Nicholas Warner, president of security.
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In a video interview with Information Security Media Group at RSA Conference 2022, Warner also discusses:
- How legacy SIEM systems suffer from using third-party data analytics;
- Why XDR vendors need an active rather than passive alert system;
- How acquiring Attivo will unleash the joint power of security and identity.
Warner, who started his current role in April 2022, previously served as SentinelOne's chief operating officer and chief revenue officer. Prior to that, Warner served in various executive roles at Cylance, including senior vice president of worldwide sales. Warner also previously served as worldwide director of advanced technologies at McAfee, as well as in various positions, including senior director of sales, eastern region, at Websense, a cybersecurity software company now known as Forcepoint.