CrowdStrike introduces first cloud threat hunting service dedicated to stopping advanced cloud-based attacks
C rowdStrike , a leader in cloud-delivered protection of endpoints , cloud workloads , identity and data , has introduced Falcon OverWatch Cloud Threat Hunting .
This is the industry ’ s first standalone threat hunting service for hidden and advanced threats originating , operating or persisting in cloud environments .
Armed with the industry ’ s first cloud-oriented indicators of attack ( IOAs ) for the control plane and detailed adversary tradecraft , Falcon OverWatch Cloud Threat Hunting delivers unparalleled visibility into cloud environments to observe and disrupt the most sophisticated cloud threats .
Rapid adoption of cloud-native architectures have opened up new , broader attack surfaces and security teams are often left in the dark without visibility or the requisite skill sets to hunt continuously around the clock for sophisticated threats across these complex cloud environments . As a result , adversaries are finding cloud assets and exploiting them faster than security teams can discover them .
Leveraging CrowdStrike ’ s agent-based and agentless Cloud Native Application Protection Platform ( CNAPP ) capabilities , Falcon OverWatch cloud threat hunters investigate suspicious and anomalous behaviors and novel attacker tradecraft .
Falcon OverWatch Cloud Threat Hunting conducts 24x7x365 operations and can prevent incidents and breaches while proactively alerting customers to cloud-based attacks .
“ CrowdStrike pioneered the concept of blending industryleading technology with proactive threat hunting to deliver truly comprehensive protection that closes the gap between detection and response ,” said Shawn Henry , CrowdStrike Chief Security Officer and President of CrowdStrike Services .
Radware launches new cloud security centre in Chile
adware , a leading provider of
R cybersecurity and application delivery solutions , has announced the launch of a new cloud security centre in Santiago , Chile .
This facility will enable customers in Argentina , Chile , Peru and Uruguay to strengthen their cyber-defences , secure their web and mobile applications and APIs with minimal latency , as well as meet data localisation requirements .
The launch is a part of Radware ’ s strategic cloud services initiative , which is designed to accelerate cloud innovation and provide customers with the highest level of cybersecurity services . This includes extending the footprint of the company ’ s global cloud security network to address the increasing volume of cyberattacks . cloud security and scrubbing centres in Brazil , the company recently added a regional office in Bogota , Colombia . The company also has a presence in Ecuador , Mexico , Panama and Peru .
“ Operating for more than 12 years in Latin America , Radware has invested in mitigating cyberattacks and protecting organisations from network and application threats ,” said Arie Simchis , Radware ’ s Regional Director in Latin America .
“ By growing our regional presence and adding the new cloud security centre in Chile , we are helping our clients not only prevent and respond to breaches , but also minimise latency and improve the quality of service .”
Radware continues to grow its footprint in Latin America . In addition to its new cloud security centre in Chile and its other
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