SentinelOne, Inc. (S) CEO Tomer Weingarten on 24th Annual Needham Growth Conference (Transcript)


SentinelOne, Inc. (NYSE:S) 24th Annual Needham Growth Conference January 11, 2022 1:15 PM ET

Company Participants

Doug Clark – Head, Investor Relations

Tomer Weingarten – Chief Executive Officer

Dave Bernhardt – Chief Financial Officer

Conference Call Participants

Alex Henderson – Needham & Company.

Alex Henderson

Hi, my name is Alex Henderson. I’m the Needham, security and networking analyst. It’s a distinct pleasure to have SentinelOne at our conference this year. We have a couple of guys from the company to talk in a fireside chat. Before we jump into it, let me remind you that you have a question-and-answer dialog box. And if you have a question that you want to ask, please do not hesitate. The more interactive it is with the audience, the better. And, I’ll pass that along to management, as I see him come in. So welcome, guys.

Tomer Weingarten

Thanks Alex.

Question-and-Answer Session

Alex Henderson

So, you guys had an announcement this morning, right?

Tomer Weingarten

Yes.

Alex Henderson

And you want to tell us what it was?

Tomer Weingarten

Yes. We’re partnering more deeply with ServiceNow. To us, we’ve released quite a few modules in our platform that speak more and more to endpoint management. And really allowing folks to use our platform is a complete fleet control mechanism, something that allows them more capabilities, even beyond just classic security and protection. And ServiceNow, again, one of the biggest, I guess, IT management firms out there today, now, everybody that’s using them can natively integrate into the SentinelOne platform and use that for quick management, remediation, threat, credit alerts and resolution, so and all again, just a great extension to the platform.

Alex Henderson

What are the most interesting hacks that are vulnerabilities that’s happened in a long time? There’s another news item that’s out there, which is the log4J stuff. How have you guys been able to respond to that vulnerability and potential risk to keep to your customers? Have you been able to control it?

Tomer Weingarten

Yes, to the extent that vendor like us can I mean, log4J exists in different stacks than the one that we are typically in charge of. We are more around machine…

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