Orro teams with SentinelOne for XDR service

Orro Group

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Wednesday, 24 January, 2024

Orro teams with SentinelOne for XDR service

Australian secure digital infrastructure provider Orro has launched a new Extended Detection and Response solution, developed in partnership with AI-powered security company SentinelOne.

Orro said the XDR service provides continuous monitoring of end-user devices to detect and respond to cyberthreats such as ransomware and malware. It will be offered as a managed service targeted at businesses of all sizes.

As part of the service, Orro will offer SentinelOne’s AI-powered autonomous security solution Singularity Data Lake, which centralises and transforms data into actionable intelligence for real-time investigation and response. This solution will be augmented by Orro’s security operations centre capabilities, including 24/7 real-time monitoring, incident response and handling of alerts.

Orro CEO Daniel Greengarten said the solution has been designed to address the ‘six shields’ identified under the Albanese government’s national cyber strategy: education, safe technology, threat sharing and blocking, protection of critical infrastructure, sovereign capability and skills, and co-ordinated global action.

“As we continue to see escalating cyberthreats, having a sovereign capability to protect our customers’ organisations is significant,” he said. “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 cybersecurity concerns as outlined in the recent ASD Cyber Threat Report.”

Locally, SentinelOne’s Singularity Data Lake is designed to offer complete data localisation and sovereignty for Australian customers, with both IRAP accreditation and a Sydney AWS Point-of-Presence. All data is air gapped from other SentinelOne locations to ensure no data leaves Australian shores.

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