SentinelOne will highlight its autonomous extended detection and response (XDR) platform, and identity and credential protection solutions, through its second participation at Black Hat MEA.
Having participated at the Riyadh-based exhibition once before, and identifying a growing appetite for technology in the region, the company is returning in an upgraded capacity, as a Silver Sponsor of the event. SentinelOne has several goals for the three-day event, which includes engaging with regional channel partners and potential customers, as part of its regional growth aspirations.
As part of its participation, Tamer Odeh, Regional Sales Director at SentinelOne will give a presentation on ‘The Importance of Identity Security Modernisation’ on Tuesday, 15 November. He will be joined by Milad Aslaner, Head of Technology Advisory Group, SentinelOne, who will present on three topics: ‘Scaling SOC and IR Teams to Defend Kubernetes Based Workloads’ on Tuesday, 15 November; ‘Supply Chain Attacks are the New High Watermark’ on Wednesday, 16 November and, ‘Takedown 365- Using Microsoft 365 for Defense Evasion and Lateral Movements’ on Thursday, 17 November.
“Black Hat MEA has become a keystone infosec event within the region and globally, and we are excited to confirm our participation once again and look forward to demonstrating our Singularity XDR and Singularity for Identity autonomous cybersecurity solutions. “SentinelOne is keen to expand in the Middle East in step with growing digital transformation investments by government and business entities. We look forward to connecting with existing partners and widening our reach through new customers through our time at Black Hat MEA, and remain eager to continue protecting regional players from old and new threats,” explained Tamer Odeh, Regional Sales Director, SentinelOne.
Senior executives and cybersecurity experts from SentinelOne will be at stand C-30 in Hall 3 to meet with customers and partners over the course of Black Hat MEA 2022.