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  |  By Anne Aarness
The endpoint combines both opportunity and risk for most organizations. While an essential hub for modern business operations and the tools employees use, it also is the primary attack surface for today’s adversaries: Nearly 90% of successful cyberattacks start at the endpoint.1 An endpoint protection platform (EPP) is the essential foundation to a strong cybersecurity strategy.
  |  By Dana Raveh
The advent of cloud technology has revolutionized organizations’ data use and security practices. Cloud development has decentralized data management, with development and DevOps teams — and now business intelligence (BI) and AI teams — dispersing data across multiple cloud service providers, regions and applications. This decentralization has fueled the proliferation of shadow data and heightened the risk of unintentional data exposure.
  |  By Vicky Ngo-Lam
At CrowdStrike, we’ve long known how difficult it is to detect attacks that involve stolen credentials. We themed the CrowdStrike 2024 Global Threat Report “the year of stealth” to highlight how attackers are moving away from malware and malicious attachments and toward more subtle and effective methods such as credential phishing, password spraying and social engineering to accomplish their objectives. Source: CrowdStrike 2024 Global Threat Report.
  |  By Karishma Asthana
Serverless functions such as AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions and Azure Functions are increasingly popular among DevOps teams, as these cloud-based systems allow developers to build and run applications without managing the underlying infrastructure. But for all their benefits, serverless functions can also raise cybersecurity risk.
  |  By Editorial Team
The CISO of a major insurance company recently switched from Microsoft to CrowdStrike for endpoint and identity security following a ransomware incident that Microsoft Defender failed to block. The following Q&A explains what happened, the fallout with Microsoft and how CrowdStrike delivered the protection, consolidation and support the CISO needed. Describe your security posture before the incident. I joined the company as CISO a few years ago.
  |  By Bart Lenaerts-Bergmans
Adversaries are not breaking in; they are logging in. The CrowdStrike 2024 Global Threat Report highlights an alarming trend: In 75% of cyberattacks detected in 2023, adversaries gained initial access through malware-free methods. This means they acquired valid credentials via techniques such as password spraying or phishing — or they simply purchased them off the dark web.
As workforce productivity increasingly depends on web-based applications, browsers have become essential gateways to the “connectivity economy.” According to recent data, 93% of desktop internet traffic in 2023 traversed through four popular web browsers.
  |  By Cody Queen
We’re thrilled to share that the CrowdStrike Falcon sensor now fully supports Google Cloud Run, bringing advanced security capabilities to your serverless applications. While we announced this at Google Cloud Next in April 2024, this blog goes deeper into the integration and shares how customers leveraging Google Cloud Run and CrowdStrike can deploy Falcon quickly to enhance their serverless security requirements.
  |  By Paola Miranda
Phishing is the weapon of choice for many adversaries. And it’s easy to understand why: Users fall victim to attacks in under 60 seconds on average, novice cybercriminals can launch effective phishing campaigns thanks to off-the-shelf phishing kits and generative AI, and above all, it works — 71% of organizations reported at least one successful attack in 2023.
  |  By Brett Shaw
Adversaries are increasingly attacking cloud environments, as evidenced by a 75% surge in cloud intrusions year-over-year in 2023. They are also getting faster: The fastest breakout time was clocked at just over 2 minutes, according to the CrowdStrike 2024 Global Threat Report. Today’s adversaries are outpacing legacy security approaches. Disjointed point solutions can’t scale or provide visibility into a rapidly growing attack surface.
  |  By CrowdStrike
Breach containment is a race against time. Falcon Fusion, integrated within the CrowdStrike Falcon Platform, harnesses AI and automation to expedite incident detection and response. Experience how Falcon Fusion streamlines security workflows, enabling teams to take down threats 108 days quicker on average, providing a swift and strategic defense that keeps adversaries at bay. CrowdStrike Falcon Fusion SOAR.
  |  By CrowdStrike
Start using your free 10GB/day of third-party data ingestion by learning how to onboard data with Falcon Next-Gen SIEM. Effortlessly accelerate third-party data ingestion with pre-built data connectors and out-of-the-box content - all within the CrowdStrike Falcon platform. Managing your data has never been easier with Falcon Next-Gen SIEM. CrowdStrike Falcon Next-Gen SIEM: Consolidate security operations with the world’s most complete AI-native SOC platform.
  |  By CrowdStrike
Adversaries are relentless when they're targeting your endpoints. Experience CrowdStrike's state of the art Endpoint Security, which thwarts advanced threats by leveraging cutting edge AI and enabling advanced remediation actions, all in a simple to deploy unified architecture.
  |  By CrowdStrike
See how CrowdStrike achieved the highest detection coverage (42 out of 43) of all adversary attack substeps, and fastest mean-time-to-detect (MTTD) at 4 minutes, far surpassing other competitive vendors. Connect With Us: Subscribe and Stay Updated: ► Don't miss out on more exciting content! Subscribe to our channel for the latest updates, case studies, and more from the world of cybersecurity.
  |  By CrowdStrike
A daily onslaught of significant breaches means policymakers are often forced into crisis response. For decades, this has led to an overwhelming focus within the community on tactical issues and relatively less attention on strategic ones. Fortunately, however, policymakers are increasingly considering cyber risk holistically and are attempting to proactively drive systemic changes.
  |  By CrowdStrike
Protecting your software from adversaries requires a precise understanding of production. Watch how Falcon ASPM empowers security teams to stop adversaries from breaching their custom applications. CrowdStrike Falcon ASPM: Prioritize and mitigate cloud threats with unmatched application visibility and business context.
  |  By CrowdStrike
When you detect a threat, you need rich investigative details and intelligence to identify and root out the adversary quickly. Watch to learn how Falcon NG-SIEM's detection and threat intelligence capabilities allow you to stop adversaries with complete context. CrowdStrike Falcon Next-Gen SIEM: Consolidate security operations with the world’s most complete AI-native SOC platform.
  |  By CrowdStrike
When adversaries infiltrate your organiztion you can leverage AI to speed up the investigation time and how you can leverage automation to respond to attacks. Watch to learn how NG-SIEM allows you to streamline your SOC. CrowdStrike Falcon Next-Gen SIEM: Consolidate security operations with the world’s most complete AI-native SOC platform.
  |  By CrowdStrike
With today's adversaries moving faster than ever, you need an AI-Native platform to stay one step ahead. Watch to learn how Falcon NG-SIEM platform simplifies investigations and uncovers adversaries with ease. CrowdStrike Falcon Next-Gen SIEM: Consolidate security operations with the world’s most complete AI-native SOC platform.
  |  By CrowdStrike
Discover how CrowdStrike Falcon Cloud Security tackles cloud misconfigurations and vulnerabilities in this concise demo. Witness our Cloud Detection and Response in action as we identify and mitigate a sophisticated attack by FANCY BEAR, providing clear visibility and critical insights into your multi-cloud deployments. Learn how our integrated threat intelligence and rapid response capabilities help enforce compliance and secure your cloud environment.
  |  By CrowdStrike
Since a majority of the breaches are credential based, securing your multi-directory identity store - Microsoft Active Directory (AD) and Azure AD - is critical to protecting your organization from adversaries launching ransomware and supply chain attacks. Your security and IAM teams are concerned about securing AD and maintaining AD hygiene - and they need to be in sync, for example, to ensure that legacy and deprecated protocols like NTLMv1 are not being used and that the right security controls are in place to prevent breaches in real time.
  |  By CrowdStrike
Visibility in the cloud is an important but difficult problem to tackle. It differs among cloud providers, and each one has its own positive and negative aspects. This guide covers some of the logging and visibility options that Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offer, and highlights their blind spots and how to eliminate them.
  |  By CrowdStrike
Learn about how to strengthen and modernize your agency's security protection, detection and remediation with Zero Trust. This white paper explains the unique risk factors federal agencies face, what a superior Zero Trust framework includes, and how cloud and endpoint security can help modernize federal security from the endpoint to the application.
  |  By CrowdStrike
You have to secure your workforce identities immediately, to protect your organization from modern attacks like ransomware and supply chain threats. Your environment could be just Microsoft Active Directory (AD), or a hybrid identity store with AD and Azure AD, and it's important to have a holistic view of the directories and a frictionless approach to securing them. If you're considering Microsoft to secure your identities and identity store (AD and Azure Active Directory), you should ask these five questions.
  |  By CrowdStrike
Network segmentation has been around for a while and is one of the core elements in the NIST SP 800-207 Zero Trust framework. Although network segmentation reduces the attack surface, this strategy does not protect against adversary techniques and tactics in the identity phases in the kill chain. The method of segmentation that provides the most risk reduction, at reduced cost and operational complexity, is identity segmentation.
  |  By CrowdStrike
Cloud adoption remains a key driver for digital transformation and growth for today's businesses, helping them deliver applications and services to customers with the speed and scalability that only the cloud can provide. Enabling them to do so safely is a critical objective for any enterprise IT security team.

CrowdStrike protects the people, processes and technologies that drive modern enterprise. A single agent solution to stop breaches, ransomware, and cyber attacks—powered by world-class security expertise and deep industry experience.

Many of the world’s largest organizations already put their trust in CrowdStrike, including three of the 10 largest global companies by revenue, five of the 10 largest financial institutions, three of the top 10 health care providers, and three of the top 10 energy companies.

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