Aston Martin Lagonda is deploying SentinelOne’s next generation endpoint protection platform to secure its manufacturing, headquarters, supply chain and field offices after deciding that its legacy antivirus solution was no longer fit for purpose.
The luxury car manufacturer chose SentinelOne for its ability to perform across different operating systems, including Windows, Mac, Linux and cloud workloads, as well as high-specification CAD, CAE and design production workstations, and for its robust APIs offering seamless integration across the tech and cybersecurity stack.
In contrast, its legacy system required too much manpower to manage and was detrimental to the end user experience.
Steve O’Connor, Director of Information Technology at Aston Martin Lagonda, said: “We couldn’t have any solution that was going to get in the way of our users, particularly our engineers and designers. We wanted a platform that was simple to use and almost invisible to the users, but that would give us complete confidence and security. Most of all, we wanted something future-proof as Aston Martin Lagonda continues constantly innovating.”
SentinelOne’s Singularity platform, powered by patented AI and machine learning, is able to prevent attacks and autonomously reverse any threat, freeing up technical staff. Its Vigilance MDR (managed detection and response) service takes this to the next level, delivering global 24/7/365 SOC scalability and protection against the most advanced threats.