CrowdStrike Partnerships Seek to Transform Cybersecurity

CrowdStrike continues to revolutionise modern security
CrowdStrike continues to revolutionise modern security
We examine some of the most recent partnerships that CrowdStrike has undergone with Ignition Technology, eSentire and Cloudflare to support cyber customers

CrowdStrike has announced a wave of expanded partnerships with leading cybersecurity companies to bolster its cybersecurity offerings and prevent data breaches.

The cybersecurity company has expanded its collaboration with software-as-a-service (SaaS) distributor Ignition Technology, leading MDR provider eSentire, in addition to cloud connectivity company Cloudflare.

Aiming to transform global cybersecurity and to secure networks, CrowdStrike is hoping to better support its customers in protecting valuable data and avoiding - or at least mitigating - significant attacks.

As a leading cybersecurity organisation, CrowdStrike continues to revolutionise modern security, as it seeks to transform cybersecurity for the cloud era. We examine how, by partnering with leading industry companies, it seeks to continue to thwart threat actors.

Ignition Technology: Breach prevention 

CrowdStrike and Ignition Technology are expanding their partnership to bring the AI-native CrowdStrike Falcon platform to Ignition’s Nordic partner base. The continued partnership aims to enable Nordic businesses to become part of a strong cybersecurity ecosystem and equip them with greater tools to prevent breaches across key attack services.

Growing these types of strategic partnerships is how CrowdStrike is seeking to accelerate its partner-first go-to-market, as company Chief Business Officer Daniel Bernard explains.

“We see businesses of all sizes looking for an AI-native platform to transform and consolidate their cybersecurity. This global phenomenon is pronounced in the Nordics where we’re expanding to help organisations stop breaches,” he says.

Ignition Technology’s strategy and partner network of leading solutions providers will accelerate adoption of the Falcon platform and its cutting-edge cybersecurity capabilities. Building such a network will ultimately support greater cyber protection in the Nordic region.

eSentire collaboration: Supporting customer needs

Likewise, the company’s continued collaboration with eSentire sees CrowdStrike power the company’s 24/7 managed security operations. It seeks to do this via the CrowdStrike Falcon XDR platform, strengthening ties between both companies to meet customer needs. 

During a time where cyberattack volume continues to increase worldwide, security leaders are having to confront rising skills gaps and a lack of clarity over how to protect customer data. In fact, a recent Thales report found a 27% increase in enterprises falling victim to ransomware attacks in the past year alone.

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As a result, CrowdStrike’s partnership with eSentire aims to provide customers with better intelligence and protection. The companies combine Falcon capabilities and eSentire’s cutting-edge managed detection and response (MDR) solution to deliver investigation and threat response.

The goal is to provide customers with the managed protection they need to stop breaches.

Cloudflare: Unifying Zero Trust

With Cloudflare, CrowdStrike seeks to harness the power of AI to enable joint channel partners to drive vendor consolidation, while reducing cost and operational complexity for global customers.

This new alliance seeks to accelerate partner ability to drive vendor consolidation by securing the network and stopping breaches across device endpoints, cloud, identity, data and applications.

Combining cloud-native Zero Trust protection and connectivity from Cloudflare One, the company’s network-as-a-service solution, will be combined with best-in-class AI-native cybersecurity from CrowdStrike Falcon. Joint channel partners will be able to drive vendor consolidation while reducing cost and operational complexity for customers around the world.

“CrowdStrike revolutionised cybersecurity with a modern, AI-native platform focused on stopping the breach. Our ability to execute on this mission and continually innovate across critical areas of enterprise risk is why we’re recognised as cybersecurity’s born in the cloud leader by industry analysts and customers,” says Daniel. “The rich dataset from our Falcon platform paired with Cloudflare’s robust Zero Trust capabilities provides unprecedented value for global customers.

“Together, we are converging two of the most critical pieces of the risk management puzzle that organisations of every size must address in order to combat today’s growing threats.”

Organisations around the world are starting to manage a range of cybersecurity tools to confront complex cyber incidents. In light of this, it is critical for businesses to have AI-powered cybersecurity platforms that connect remote users, offices and data centres to converge data, security and IT with workflow automation to stop threat actors from causing too much damage.

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