Dubai, United Arab Emirates – SentinelOne, the autonomous endpoint protection company, today announced the appointment of Daniel Kollberg as Vice President EMEA. The appointment supports SentinelOne’s record growth across the globe on the journey of becoming the next great cybersecurity company, through helping organizations use AI to defend against every attack at every stage.
Over the last six months, SentinelOne has more than tripled its EMEA business fueled by enterprise wins in Southern Europe, the United Kingdom, and the Middle East. Serving hundreds of Global 2000 enterprises and three of the Fortune 10, key EMEA public references include Aston Martin, Casino, Monoprix, Savencia, About You, and Berlitz - each of which has replaced legacy antivirus for SentinelOne’s EPP and EDR platform. Daniel Kollberg will play an integral role in further growing and scaling the company’s growth across EMEA.
Daniel brings over 25 years of leadership experience in cybersecurity and IT solutions to SentinelOne. Prior to joining the company, Daniel was most recently VP, EMEA Service Providers at Palo Alto Networks, where he helped dramatically grow and scale the company over the past five years. At SentinelOne, Daniel will work closely with the executive leadership team to execute aggressive growth plans across EMEA.
“SentinelOne is differentiated in its ability to secure the region’s largest enterprises against the widest spectrum of attacks,” said Daniel Kollberg, VP EMEA, SentinelOne. “In SentinelOne, I see the industry’s gold-standard unified EPP & EDR solution, with unprecedented innovation in IoT and cloud workload protection, all in a single platform. SentinelOne epitomizes innovation and customer success.”
“Daniel has distinguished himself as a visionary when it comes to growing and scaling cybersecurity solution sales,” said Nicholas Warner, COO, SentinelOne. “We’ve already proven our market impact as the first company to unify EPP and EDR in a single autonomous agent, the first to stand behind our solution with a cyber warranty, and the first to take AI-based protection to the edge encompassing IoT devices and cloud workloads. The EMEA market is more ready than ever before to replace legacy antivirus for AI-powered EPP and EDR across all attack surfaces. We welcome Daniel in playing a key role in the next phase of SentinelOne -- achieving our goal of becoming the next great cybersecurity company.”
As the fastest growing cybersecurity company in EMEA and across the globe, SentinelOne converges two historically separate spaces - EPP (protection) and EDR (detection and response) - without compromise. Its single platform uses patented behavioral and static AI models to deliver autonomous capabilities with the lowest performance impact. The platform predicts and protects endpoints, IoT devices, containers, and cloud workloads from malicious activities at any stage of the attack chain - from the successful exploit to the last payload operation - all at machine speed.
“In order to protect our workstations and servers from any possible interruption of service, we needed to reinforce our historical protection systems with a solution adapted to today’s modern threat landscape. We selected SentinelOne for its efficiency and modernity as a state-of-the-art technology," said David Garcia, Information Systems Security Director, Groupe Casino.
“Thanks to SentinelOne, Monoprix owns a solution that leverages Artificial Intelligence to enhance endpoint security with no performance impact, while being easy to manage,” said Vincent Cotteaux, CIO, Monoprix.© Press Release 2020
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