Now available on-demand, our deep-dive panel discussion with security industry experts reviewed how PTP’s Managed Detection and Response service, powered by Fluency Security and SentinelOne technologies, provides the security protection and detection growing companies need without the exceptionally high cost of competitive solutions.

The panel team discussed:

  • The evolution of anti-virus, endpoint protection and endpoint detection and response.
  • How today’s solutions are able to automate the majority of functions through Sigma rules, AI and ML.
  • How Managed Detection and Response can be accomplished cost effectively despite large data sets.
  • Next-generation features of endpoint protection from SentinelOne such as rollback, multi-tenancy, feature parity and autonomous protection.
  • The unique needs of Life Sciences companies with lab data, data management in the cloud, and application creep.

 

Our panel included the following experts:
Chris Jordan – Founder & CEO, Fluency Security
Gabriel Sechrist – Territory Manager, SentinelOne
Nicholas Caudill – Solution Engineer, SentinelOne
Rick Pitcairn – VP of Managed Services, PTP

 

 

More info about PTP’s Managed Detection and Response Service HERE

 

Interested in a Security Risk Assessment for 50% off?  Click HERE for more information!

 

Why PTP leverages Fluency Security as our Next-Gen SIEM of Choice for MDR

Fluency is the only SIEM that is fully compliant with Sigma, the open source standard in SIEM rules. Fluency can run all Sigma rules simultaneously without a performance hit. There is no conversion of rules, nor is there down selection. The rules analyze data as it enters the system, always creating real time alerts, meaning zero mean time to detection (MTTD). Fluency is even compatible to the proposed features of Sigma.

This means that your analysts benefit from the largest community of open source researchers for log analysis.

It doesn’t stop with Sigma.

Fluency is the only pure real time SIEM. Fluency watches data as it is collected, while traditional SIEMs store data and then search a database to detect. Fluency maintains state and alerts immediately upon a match. Stateful detection allows for machine learning and historical correlation to improve the accuracy, therefore reducing noise and alert fatigue.

A database query is a pitiful means of detection. Detection is a balancing act of matching knowledge to the event, while excluding matches that are wrong. Good security considers not just fields and values. Good security considers state, situational knowledge, environment, and history. There is more to quality detection than what can be placed in a database search.

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