CrowdStrike today unveiled the next evolution of CrowdStrike’s industry-first IOAs: artificial intelligence (AI)-powered IOAs.
CrowdStrike is always looking for innovative ways to improve detection content for our customers. We believe a multifaceted approach that combines customer input, standardized testing and internal research is necessary to stop breaches today and in the future. At CrowdStrike, we never rest, because neither does the adversary.
In the cybersecurity industry, understanding the value and impact of the critical technology we use to keep organizations safe can often become lost in translation. This is undoubtedly the case with extended detection and response (XDR), where the continued misuse of the term has created more market confusion than clarity. The definition of XDR varies depending on who you ask.
Attacks and intrusions on our nation’s vital infrastructure — our electrical grid, water systems, ports and oil supply — are on the rise. For example, as reported by the Pew Charitable Trust in March 2021, hackers changed the chemical mixture of the water supply in Oldsmar, Fla., increasing by 100 times the level of sodium hydroxide (lye) in the water supply.
CrowdStrike data scientists often explore novel approaches for creating machine learning pipelines especially when processing a large volume of data. The CrowdStrike Security Cloud stores more than 15 petabytes of data in the cloud and gathers data from trillions of security events per day, using it to secure millions of endpoints, cloud workloads and containers around the globe with the power of machine learning and indicators of attack.
The increase in attack sophistication coupled with the decline of skilled security staff continues to put pressure on organizations and their teams by minimizing their ability to effectively see and control risks within the enterprise. This is only made more difficult as teams find themselves patching together disparate solutions, resulting in labyrinthian security stacks and a heavily siloed environment.
Cloud-based services are augmenting business operations and being adopted at a record pace. In fact, Gartner® estimates “more than 85% of organizations will embrace a cloud-first principle by 2025 and will not be able to fully execute on their digital strategies without the use of cloud-native architectures and technologies.”