SentinelOne, a self-contained cybersecurity platform, today announced the debut of DataSet, the company's data analytics solution. DataSet goes beyond cybersecurity use cases with the purchase of Scalyr, providing an unlimited enterprise data platform for live data queries, analytics, insights, and preservation.
The Singularity XDR platform from SentinelOne was created to automatically defend against security attacks by treating cybersecurity as a data problem. AI models use data sets to identify whether behaviors are benign or malicious in real-time. Individual data points are automatically linked to create machine-made contextualized stories for visibility and reaction across the company. Threat hunters can outperform their opponents using EDR and XDR hunting queries, which provide curated data sets. SentinelOne's autonomous cybersecurity is built on a foundation of data expertise. Processing petabytes of data, increasing at an exponential scale, and doing it in real-time has been a part of our path to providing market-leading autonomous cybersecurity.
“For cybersecurity to be effective, it must make split-second autonomous decisions because every millisecond matters. The way SentinelOne solves cybersecurity with data-inspired us to apply our expertise beyond cybersecurity to a wide range of enterprise use cases,” “Our enterprise customers have the same data needs as SentinelOne - the ability to understand and action live data sets at speed. We’re announcing DataSet because we believe every business benefits from the power of understanding and acting on its data. Instantaneous, easy to use, and efficient understanding of a data set is the key to making better business decisions.”
Tomer Weingarten, CEO, SentinelOne
DataSet is a flexible cloud-native enterprise data platform for all forms of data, both current and historical, at petabyte size. DataSet can process massive amounts of live data in real-time, delivering log management, data analytics, and alerting with unparalleled speed, performance, and efficiency - built on a security and privacy-first foundation - by eliminating data schema requirements from the ingestion process and index limitations from querying.
“Distributed cloud infrastructure and containerized applications contribute to a vast amount of fast-moving data. The amount of data created in the next three years will be more than the data created over the past 30 years,” said Stephen Elliot, Group VP, Research IT, Cloud Operations, and DevOps at IDC. “The ability to cost-effectively analyze data at scale will become a necessity for every organization.”
DataSet Market Adoption
“With DataSet, our engineering, infrastructure, and security teams have one single source of truth to make data-driven decisions. We no longer have to stitch context across teams and use cases,” said Joshua Danielson, Chief Information Security Officer at Copart. “DataSet enables us to act based on data, reduce time to detect and resolve anomalies, and maintain security posture.”
“Before DataSet, there was no central management of logs due to the diverse technologies at TomTom. Having to search multiple tools was holding us back, certainly during incidents,” said Carl Meert, Product Manager SRE and Observability at TomTom. “DataSet unifies all of our data from all sources. As a result, we are now much faster at detecting and responding to incidents.”
SentinelOne has named Rahul Ravulur to lead DataSet as part of the launch. He has over 25 years of experience designing and operating large-scale enterprise solutions, most recently as the product lead at Splunk. Ravulur will oversee the DataSet business to gain traction with the world's premier data-driven companies.
“SentinelOne is taking a bold step to externalize its data expertise - to help all businesses unlock the power of their data,” said Ravulur. “With the launch of DataSet, we help organizations overcome the slow, costly legacy platforms that can’t handle the scalability requirements of tomorrow. DataSet is built for the future of data insights and action.”