CrowdStrike’s Falcon Horizon support for Google Cloud environments, extends its Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) solution to protect the three largest cloud providers.
“In the past year, digital transformation has been accelerated by remote workforce mandates and the current hybrid work environments that many companies have implemented. As a result, public cloud providers have become the go-to resource for making this transformation a reality,” said Amol Kulkarni, chief product officer at CrowdStrike. “Organisations now face the challenge of securing their workloads across their cloud environments. Falcon Horizon provides control plane indicators of attack (IOAs) for Google Cloud, enabling CSPM to go beyond misconfiguration and deliver a single source of unparalleled protection, real-time monitoring and end-to-end control across workloads and hybrid-cloud environments.”
“The shift to cloud provides enterprises the opportunity to transform their security with greater insight and integrated operations,” said Sunil Potti, Vice President and General Manager of Google Cloud Security. “We have already seen great momentum from our strategic partnership with CrowdStrike and this extended support from CrowdStrike Falcon Horizon for Google Cloud will give our joint customers the visibility and protection needed to stay ahead of the adversaries.”
CrowdStrike’s Falcon Horizon for Google Cloud provides comprehensive visibility and security across the control plane of private, public, hybrid and multi-cloud environments. Leveraging the vast telemetry of the CrowdStrike Security Cloud, Falcon Horizon for Google Cloud provides security teams real-time alerting and reporting on indicators of misconfiguration and attack (IOMs and IOAs) for over 150 adversaries. It also defines behavior-based tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) and guided remediation across the corporate cloud estate, enabling security teams to better discern and more quickly identify the misconfigurations and vulnerabilities that adversaries are most likely to target.
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