I am trying to confirm whether Sentinel One EndPoint Protection is a viable replacement for existing Webroot EndPoint Protection and MalwareBytes EndPoint protection. We have been using Webroot/Malwarebytes endpoint clients on our workstations and servers for about four or five years now. We have not encountered any compromises/issues using these products. I also need to mention we also use Cisco's Umbrella Roaming Client as well.
We also have a SonicWall TZ500W with the Comprehensive Gateway protection. We never enabled the DPI module because it caused many connection issues accessing creditable Court websites, etc.
So now SonicWall is promoting/offering their Capture Client solution that I am interested in. I wanted to purchase the Sentinel One client software a couple of years back, but they said I could not make a purchase since the minimum count they could sell is 100. We only need 25 licenses. So now that Sonicwall offers Capture Client, I want to know if its feasible to say it would actually replace both Webroot and MalwareBytes EndPoint products and not just work along side and complement them. So, I contacted Sentinel One Sales and they indicate their product serves as direct replacement. They also mentioned their clients actually use Capture Client exclusively.
I have concern about a complete replacement solution. I just want to ensure if we decide to deploy Sentinel One Capture Client as the sole Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware solution it performs as well or better than the existing endpoint products combined. I am also concerned about deploying Sentinel One on our domain controllers, SQL servers, Exchange servers, and file servers.