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To Strengthen AI-Powered XDR across MSP Security Solutions, Barracuda Selects SentinelOne

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Barracuda Networks, Inc., a valued partner and leading provider of cloud-first security solutions, has selected the Singularity XDR platform of SentinelOne to enable MSPs to prevent, identify, and autonomously respond to threats at machine speed with AI-powered XDR.

Barracuda protects over 200,000 customers worldwide from attacks on their data and personnel. Due to SentinelOne's better API capabilities, flexible workflow integrations, and platform efficacy, Barracuda chose SentinelOne to strengthen its endpoint protection and response portfolio. Additionally, MSPs who use SKOUT Managed XDR and SentinelOne will benefit from streamlined analysis, detection, and incident reporting due to the connection.

“Security teams are challenged with monitoring and protecting every edge of their network, yet are drowning in data and alerts,There aren’t enough skilled people to operate cybersecurity products at scale. Our alliance with SentinelOne will empower MSPs to stay one step ahead of attackers and address intrusion attempts in real-time.”

Neal Bradbury, SVP, Barracuda MSP

Organizations benefit from SentinelOne's capabilities, including more preventative measures, faster response times, and automated workflows throughout their dynamic, technology-bound perimeter. In addition, SentinelOne's AI-powered Singularity XDR platform replaces classical antivirus (AV), endpoint detection and response (EDR),  next-generation antivirus (NGAV), and a variety of point solutions.

“Every place where data resides is vulnerable from device to server to the cloud,” said Brandon Andrews, VP Worldwide MSP, SentinelOne. “Combining SentinelOne’s AI-powered XDR and Barracuda’s SKOUT Managed XDR helps MSPs close security gaps and simplify their cybersecurity stack, eliminating the inefficiencies associated with legacy and crowd-powered solutions.”

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