SentinelOne Recognized for Outstanding Workplace and Leadership

Engaged Workforce Powers Hypergrowth for Cybersecurity Platform of the Future

SentinelOne, the autonomous cybersecurity platform company, today announced a series of awards and commendations for leadership and workplace culture to close out 2020. While navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and transition to remote work, SentinelOne was repeatedly recognized for exhibiting outstanding organizational culture – all during a period of unprecedented company growth. After securing a Series E funding round in February, SentinelOne tripled its valuation over the course of 2020, achieving a valuation of over $3 billion in its November Series F funding round.

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.@SentinelOne repeatedly recognized for outstanding workplace and leadership in 2020.

In addition to overall company recognition, CEO and Co-Founder Tomer Weingarten has been repeatedly recognized for his leadership, positioning SentinelOne as one of today’s leading cybersecurity companies. Deloitte identified SentinelOne as one of the fastest growing companies in North America in its 2020 edition of the Deloitte Technology Fast 500™, growing 658% from 2016 to 2019, and data platform Comparably named Weingarten one of the Top 50 CEOs of 2020. Comparably also included SentinelOne in its list of 50 best workplaces for company culture and ranked it the seventh best large company for diversity – the only cybersecurity company to make either list. SentinelOne employees cite the company’s inclusiveness, diversity, and focus on “the big picture” in their responses.

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“While we are proud of – and humbled by – the success we’ve had over the past year, SentinelOne’s top priority is our people,” said Weingarten. “We are only able to maintain the trajectory we are on through the dedication and commitment of our team. Our commitment to company culture will remain paramount as we move into 2021.”

“Building an inclusive culture that embraces diverse perspectives and always remains a core business priority is important to our leadership team,” said Divya Ghatak, Chief People Officer, SentinelOne. “It has been truly heartwarming to see the way our team members have rallied together to not only create a strong sense of community within, but also participate in programs to strengthen communities around us. Our people, culture, and mission have helped us navigate one of the most challenging workplace transitions in recent history.”

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