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Lenovo and SentinelOne join forces to fight cybercrime

Lenovo has announced a new partnership with SentinelOne with an aim to help fight cybercrime by integrating SentinelOne’s autonomous endpoint protection platform with Lenovo’s ThinkShield security portfolio.

New Lenovo devices are available to customers with SentinelOne real-time prevention, ActiveEDR, IoT security and cloud workload protection that is powered by Behavioral AI. This new addition to Lenovo's ThinkShield portfolio offers protection to customers with the most secure endpoint solutions.

“Partnering with SentinelOne adds another critical layer to our core ThinkShield security offerings, protecting customer endpoint devices from today’s sophisticated cybercriminals and staying ahead of the threat curve,” said Christian Teismann, President, Commercial PC and Smart Devices Business, Lenovo.

SentinelOne will become a core part of the Lenovo ThinkShield security platform, allowing workstations, servers, and IoT devices to defend themselves autonomously in real-time. Behavioral AI modes integrated into devices will be able to predict future attacks and will ensue devices can self-heal from any attack instantly.

The patented SentinelOne Behavioral AI integrated into Lenovo ThinkShield hardware, software and services will replace traditional antivirus software to provide real-time prevention and detection of security attacks, while hunting down known and never seen before malware strains, to make the Lenovo platform more secure than ever.

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KitGuru says: This new layer of security means the Lenovo ThninkShield platform offers protection against today’s threats while autonomously preventing future attacks without slowing down device performance.

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