SentinelOne is a cybersecurity platform that protects devices and data from cyber threats. It was designed to replace traditional antivirus software with an advanced threat protection system.
SentinelOne provides real-time protection against a range of cyber threats, including malware, ransomware, and phishing attacks. It includes AI technology that can identify and respond to threats in real time, preventing damage before it occurs.
SentinelOne is platform-agnostic, meaning it can protect a variety of devices and operating systems including Windows, Mac, Linux and cloud-based systems. The platform is cloud based and can be managed via a web interface.
In this guide, we’ll explain the overall structure of SentinelOne solutions and then explain the features and costs associated with each of SentinelOne’s three pricing packages: Singularity Core, Singularity Control, and Singularity Complete.
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Singularity Cloud is SentinelOne’s cloud-based security solution. It provides organizations with visibility and control over their cloud environments. This includes protection for cloud workloads, containers, and serverless applications.
Singularity Cloud leverages artificial intelligence to monitor and analyze data from the cloud environment. It can detect anomalies and potential threats, enabling organizations to respond quickly to security incidents. Furthermore, it provides automated remediation capabilities, which can help to minimize the impact of breaches if they occur.
In addition to its security capabilities, the Singularity Cloud also offers management features including asset discovery and inventory, vulnerability management, and compliance reporting.
Singularity Platform is SentinelOne’s flagship offering. It is an endpoint security platform that provides protection against a range of threats, including malware, ransomware, and zero-day exploits.
The Singularity Platform is built on SentinelOne’s patented Behavioral AI technology. This enables it to detect and respond to threats based on their behavior, rather than relying on signature-based detection methods. This approach allows the Singularity Platform to identify and block threats even if they do not match a known attack pattern.
The Singularity Platform provides a unified management console that provides visibility into organizational endpoints. It can be used to secure large organizations with a distributed network of devices.
Singularity Identity is an identity threat detection and response solution. It provides organizations with the ability to detect and respond to identity-based threats, such as credential theft, privilege escalation, and lateral movement.
Singularity Identity uses artificial intelligence to analyze and correlate data from a variety of sources, including network traffic, user behavior, and system events. This enables it to identify suspicious activity that may indicate an identity-based attack.
Once a threat has been detected, the solution can take automated action to mitigate the risk. This includes actions such as revoking access privileges, resetting passwords, or even isolating affected systems. This helps to prevent breaches before they can cause damage.
Singularity XDR is an extended detection and response solution. It combines the capabilities of the Singularity Platform and Singularity Identity. By integrating these solutions, Singularity XDR can detect and respond to a wide range of threats, from malware and ransomware to insider threats and account takeovers.
A key feature of Singularity XDR is its ability to correlate data from different sources, allowing it to detect complex threats that might otherwise go unnoticed. This helps defend against sophisticated threats. Singularity XDR also provides automated, real-time response capabilities.
SentinelOne’s pricing model is built on a per-device, per-year basis. This means that the cost largely depends on the number of devices you want to protect and the duration you want the protection for.
The per-device, per-year pricing model allows businesses to predict their annual cybersecurity costs. You can scale up or down based on your needs and budget, which is useful if your business experiences seasonal fluctuations or is rapidly growing.
The following additional factors can impact SentinelOne pricing:
Additional features or services: SentinelOne offers several add-ons, like threat hunting and remediation services, which are included in higher tiers and increase the overall cost.
SentinelOne offers three different plans: Singularity Core, Singularity Control, and Singularity Complete. SentinelOne does not publicize its pricing; the pricing listed below was reported by TrustRadius.
Singularity Core is the most basic plan offered by SentinelOne. It provides basic security features, suitable for small businesses or individuals.
With Singularity Core, you get access to SentinelOne’s core security features, including AI-driven threat detection and response and ActiveEDR technology, which allows you to monitor and control network activities.
Package price: $6 / agent / month
Singularity Control is a more advanced plan that includes everything in Singularity Core, plus additional security and control features. This plan is designed for businesses that need more granular control over their cybersecurity.
Singularity Control also provides access to SentinelOne’s threat intelligence tools. This includes threat hunting and investigation capabilities, and SentinelOne’s IoT discovery and control features, which allow you to secure and manage connected devices.
Package price: $8 / agent / month
Singularity Complete is SentinelOne’s highest tier. It includes everything in Singularity Core and Singularity Control, plus XDR and identity protection and access to SentinelOne’s 24/7 threat hunting service.
Package price: $12 / agent / month
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