Orro + SentinelOne: Powering Cyber Resilience Together

January 24, 2024
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TLDR: Australian IT company Orro has partnered with SentinelOne to offer managed cybersecurity services to help organizations improve their cyber resilience and achieve regulatory compliance. The partnership will provide businesses with continuous monitoring of end-user devices to detect and respond to cyber threats, along with Orro’s Security Operations Centre capabilities. The collaboration aims to address the six pillars of the Australian government’s national cyber strategy. SentinelOne’s Singularity Data Lake solution, which combines endpoint protection and threat detection, will be integrated into Orro’s XDR service.


Australian IT firm Orro has partnered with cybersecurity provider SentinelOne to offer businesses managed services that enhance cyber resilience and regulatory compliance. The new Orro XDR service provides continuous monitoring of end-user devices, detecting and responding to cyber threats such as malware and ransomware. The partnership will give organizations greater visibility to enhance protection and response. The collaboration was designed “to address key cybersecurity concerns on a national level,” according to an Orro statement. The combination of Orro’s Security Operations Centre with Sentinel One’s Singularity Data Lake solution will enable businesses to gain actionable intelligence for real-time investigation and response.

Orro CEO Daniel Greengarten said that the XDR service responds directly to the needs of small and medium-sized enterprises, which are now more vulnerable to cyber threats than ever. “Through our partnership with SentinelOne, our XDR solution enhances protection and response across the enterprise,” he commented. SentinelOne’s Singularity Data Lake solution combines endpoint protection, cloud security, identity threat detection, and response. It offers complete data localisation and sovereignty, ensuring no data leaves Australian shores. The service complies with the Australian government’s cyber security regulations.

Jason Duerden, regional director for Australia and New Zealand at SentinelOne, said that organizations need access to advanced intelligence-based solutions to protect their systems and data as cyber attacks become more complex. The Singularity Data Lake solution offers real-time threat detection and response in a compliant manner. SentinelOne teamed with Orro to provide the solution to small and medium-sized organizations across Australia.

This partnership comes as cyber threats continue to surge globally, making cybersecurity a top priority for every organization, no matter the size. By partnering with SentinelOne, Orro aims to provide a comprehensive and scalable cybersecurity service that offers continuous monitoring and protection against emerging threats. The company’s collaboration with SentinelOne aims to address the six key pillars of the Australian government’s cybersecurity strategy, including education, safe technology, threat sharing and blocking, protection of critical infrastructure, sovereign capability and skills, and coordinated global action.

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