American cybersecurity tech firm CrowdStrike Holdings Inc. has expanded its partnership with Google Cloud to roll out more product integrations, according to Seeking Alpha.
- The partnership will enable the sharing of data between the two platforms under a secured integrated cloud.
- CrowdStrike will incorporate its Falcon platform with Google Cloud’s products to assist teams in inspecting threats and addressing them faster.
- Crowdsourced malware collection platform VirusTotal will also integrate with CrowdStrike Falcon to allow teams to quickly identify suspicious files and URLs.
- Teams will gain more visibility and control over the cloud environment, and will be able to prioritize violations and check on alerts faster.
- CrowdStrike Chief Product Officer Amol Kulkarni said the expanded partnership will support the need for heightened security for remote workforces.
- Google Cloud Security Vice President and General manager Sunil Potti said customers of both firms will gain multi-level defenses only available through the power of cloud.
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