Asian Press Group banner 728x90Australian IT company Orro has bolstered its cybersecurity offering by partnering with  SentinelOne to provide managed services to help organisations enhance their cyber resilience and drive regulatory compliance.

The new Orro XDR service provides businesses of all sizes with continuous monitoring of end-user devices to detect and respond to cyber threats such as ransomware and malware. As part of the service, Orro will offer SentinelOne’s Singularity Data Lake, a market-leading, AI-powered autonomous security solution, that centralises and transforms data into actionable intelligence for real-time investigation and response along with Orro’s SOC capabilities, including 24/7 monitoring, incident response, and handling of alerts as an alternative to its existing Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services. The combination will empower organisations to gain end-to-end visibility to enhance protection and response across the enterprise.

The Australian government’s “six shields” approach to its national cyber strategy calls for Education, Safe technology, Threat Sharing & Blocking, Protection of Critical Infrastructure, Sovereign Capability & Skills and Coordinated global action. The collaboration with SentinelOne and Orro is designed to address these six pillars.

SentinelOne Singularity Data Lake is a unified solution that combines endpoint protection, cloud security, identity threat detection and response and data ingestion with analytics in a single console using a native back end and the industry’s most performant security data lake.  It is also the first XDR solution in the local market that offers complete data localisation and sovereignty, with both IRAP accreditation and a Sydney AWS Point-of-Presence (PoP). The solution sits in a completely isolated cluster, air gapped from other SentinelOne locations, ensuring no data leaves Australian shores. This is in compliance and alignment with the Australian Government’s cyber security regulations, while addressing key cybersecurity concerns on a national level.

Daniel Greengarten, CEO at Orro, said: “As we continue to see escalating cyber threats, having a sovereign capability to protect our customers’ organisations is significant. Through our partnership with SentinelOne, our XDR solution responds directly to the needs of small and medium businesses, which are more exposed to cyber risks than ever, while addressing key national cyber security concerns as outlined in the recent ASD Cyber Threat Report.”

Jason Duerden, Regional A/NZ Director from SentinelOne said: “As cyberattacks become more widespread and complex, it is imperative for organisations to have access to advanced, intelligence-based solutions that enable them to protect their systems and information. Singularity Data Lake is a unique solution that organisations of all sizes can use to detect, respond to and remediate threats in a real-time, compliant way and we are pleased to be teaming with Orro to deliver it to small and medium sized business across Australia and help them secure tomorrow, today.”


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