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Managed EDR can help MSPs navigate the challenges of hiring and retaining talent.

Edward Gately

February 10, 2023

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N-able and SentinelOne have teamed up to offer a new managed endpoint detection and response (Managed EDR) service for MSPs.

N-able Managed MDR is a threat monitoring, hunting and response service designed for MSPs that have standardized on N-able EDR. Powered by SentinelOne Vigilance Respond, N-able Managed EDR enlists SentinelOne’s 24×7 security operations center (SOC) and Vigilance security analysts to monitor, review and act upon every product-identified threat that puts networks at risk.

For MSPs that have standardized on EDR provided by N-able, Managed EDR acts as an extension of their IT or SOC teams. It provides security analysts available around the clock so they can refocus time and resources on higher-value projects.

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N-able Building Its Relationship with SentinelOne

Troels Rasmussen is N-able’s general manager of security products.

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N-able’s Troels Rasmussen

“We are delighted to continue building our relationship with SentinelOne,” he said. “We recognize how much our partners value important, world-class cybersecurity solutions, and the ability to overcome the day-to-day challenges they face to keep themselves and their customer endpoints secure. Managed EDR can help bridge the current security skills gap we are facing, providing elite security experts as an extension to an existing security team. It also provides global, 24×7 peace of mind by offloading day-to-day operations, allowing teams to focus on more strategic initiatives.”

Benefits to MSPs from N-able Managed EDR powered by SentinelOne include:

  • Standardizing and scaling their security operations with an enterprise-grade SOC.

  • Augmenting their current security team to navigate the challenges of hiring and retaining talent while minimizing time-consuming staff efforts.

  • Diverting the costs of building a new technology stack.

  • Adding net new capabilities including advanced security services revenue.

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SentinelOne’s Mark Parrinello

Mark Parrinello is SentinelOne‘s chief revenue officer. He said with Managed EDR, MSPs can maximize limited SOC resources to focus on the strategic initiatives that matter most.

“We look forward to supporting N-able MSP partners as they protect their most critical infrastructure with autonomous technology and fewer alerts,” he said.

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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