Lenovo and SentinelOne have announced a partnership to integrate SentinelOne’s autonomous endpoint protection platform within Lenovo’s ThinkShield security portfolio. Lenovo customers now have the ability to purchase devices with SentinelOne, delivering real-time prevention, ActiveEDR, IoT security, and cloud workload protection powered by patented Behavioral AI.

Security by design is the foundation with which Lenovo builds its ThinkShield portfolio, protecting customers with the most secure endpoint solutions. With today’s announcement, SentinelOne is now a core component of Lenovo’s ThinkShield security offerings, empowering workstations, servers, cloud workloads, and IoT devices to autonomously defend themselves in real-time. Its patented AI models live on each device, predicting tomorrow’s attacks today and enabling devices to self-heal from any attack instantaneously.

SentinelOne’s Behavioral AI fully replaces antivirus and delivers real-time prevention, detection, response, and hunting against known and never seen before malware strains. “Lenovo is the name you see on the vast majority of endpoints around the world, especially in the world’s leading enterprises,” said Tomer Weingarten, CEO and Co-founder, SentinelOne. “They need the very best in protection and visibility as their devices are the front lines in the fight against cybercriminals. We are excited to equip Lenovo with technology to deliver a security advantage, hardening endpoints to autonomously prevent, detect, and respond to modern-day risks and threats without impacting device performance.”

“In today’s climate, businesses are fast recognizing the importance of adopting more proactive and robust cybersecurity measures. At Lenovo, we believe that in order to empower businesses, security must be embedded in the design of our products, and continue through the supply chain, delivery and full lifecycle of each device. We are delighted to be partnering with SentinelOne, delivering the latest security solutions to our customers in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa. This collaboration signifies our ongoing commitment to enhancing security through the ThinkShield lineup, designed to protect customer endpoint devices and ensure business continuity in the region,” said Shashank Sharma, Executive Director and General Manager, Lenovo Middle East, Turkey and Africa.

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