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Resolver has introduced the first closed-loop system for threat and vulnerability management, security operations automation, and incident response. By simplifying and automating the complex process of vulnerability management, your IT team can prioritize vulnerabilities based on risk score and business criticality to ensure better decision-making and immediate remediation.
Singularity Identity, a component of the Singularity platform, provides threat detection & response (ITDR) capabilities to defend Active Directory and domain-joined endpoints in real-time from adversaries aiming to gain persistent, elevated privilege and move covertly. Singularity Identity provides actionable, high-fidelity insight as attacks emerge from managed and unmanaged devices. It detects identity misuse and reconnaissance activity happening within endpoint processes targeting critical domain servers, service accounts, local credentials, local data, network data, and cloud data. On-agent cloaking and deception techniques slow the adversary down while providing situational awareness and halting adversarial attempts at lateral movement. Singularity Identity helps you detect and respond to identity-based attacks, providing early warning while misdirecting them away from production assets.
Singularity Identity’s primary use case is to protect credential data and disrupt identity-based attacks. The most valuable function of Singularity Identity is its ability to misdirect attackers by providing deceptive data to identity-based recon attacks. Additionally, it can hide and deny access to locally stored credentials or identity data on Active Directory domain controllers.
Singularity Identity also provides rapid detection and respond to identity attacks, capturing attack activity and feeding it directly to the Singularity platform’s Security DataLake for enterprise-wide analysis and response.
By implementing Singularity Identity, organizations benefit from enhanced security, reduced credential-related risks, and improved user productivity. It detects and responds to identity-based attacks, ensuring only authorized individuals can access critical identity data. With its cloaking capabilities to hide identity stored locally on endpoints or in the identity infrastructure and it’s ability to provide decoy results to identity-based attacks, organizations can effectively secure their sensitive or privileged identities, resulting in improved overall identity security.
Resolver Threat and Vulnerability Management is ranked 48th in Vulnerability Management while SentinelOne Singularity Identity is ranked 8th in Vulnerability Management with 14 reviews. Resolver Threat and Vulnerability Management is rated 0.0, while SentinelOne Singularity Identity is rated 8.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of SentinelOne Singularity Identity writes "Uses behavior-based detection, with a simplified console, and helps safeguard identities from exploitation". Resolver Threat and Vulnerability Management is most compared with Pentera, whereas SentinelOne Singularity Identity is most compared with Microsoft Defender for Identity, Qualys VMDR, Tenable Vulnerability Management, SailPoint IdentityIQ and Microsoft Defender for Office 365.
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