Samsung SDS invests in SentinelOne, the Endpoint Detection and Response solution company

[Press Release] Samsung SDS invests in SentinelOne, the Endpoint Detection and Response solution company

+ Invested in SentinelOne, a US-based company that has Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solution
+ EDR solution block malware & hacking attacks and disable ransomware in endpoint devices such as PC


Samsung SDS is expanding its scope of security related technology through investment, followed by its expansion of cloud security total service business.

Samsung SDS announced that it has invested in SentinelOne, a US-based company that has a next-generation security solution EDR, through Samsung Venture Investment.

EDR is a solution that detects and responds to endpoint security threats in devices such as PC, server and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI).

As different types of malware are rapidly increasing and hacking skills are evolving every year, the EDR solution that detects new types of malware and hacking attacks with artificial intelligence and machine learning and responds to threats in real-time is emerging.

SentinelOne’s EDR solution continuously learns about various types of malware with artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies and blocks new and variant types of malware and hacking attack.

The solution also analyzes the log file of intrusion path as soon as it detects attack to prevent further damage by responding to vulnerability.

At times of ransomeware attack, EDR solution deletes ransomware immediately at point of detection to disable it and restore the damages with backup data.

Samsung SDS is expanding its business to customers in need of endpoint protection to devices such as PC with SentinelOne’s EDR solution.

“We will continue to add new technology to our own security solutions to provide highest level of security services to our customers,” said Sungwon Han, Vice President, director of Security Business of Samsung SDS.

Samsung SDS has also invested in Jitterbit, a US-based company with Application Programming Interface (API) solution followed by its investment in Iguazio, an Israel company with serverless computing technology in order to strengthen its business cooperation through investment to secure differentiated core technology in time and seek inorganic growth.

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