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1. Category :  Cyber security, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence

2. Domain :  Information Security

3. Founders :   George Kurtz, Dmitri Alperovitch

4. Established :  2011

5. Number of Employees : 1683 (April 30, 2019)

6. Operating Status :  Active

7. Funding status :  undisclosed

8. Website :  CrowdStrike.com

9. Country : Sunnyvale, California, U.S.

10. Latest in News : In June 2019, the company made an initial public offering (IPO) on the NASDAQ

CrowdStrike is a cyber-security technology based company that provides endpoint security, threat intelligence, and cyber-attack response services and has involved in several other high profile investigation in cyber-attacks. CrowdStrike is a global enterprise found in Sunnyvale, California, U.S.

CrowdStrike launched its first product in june 2013. The product provides threat intelligence and attribution to nation state actors that are conducting economic espionage and IP theft. The company released a critical flaw in an open-source hypervisor called Quick Emulator that allowed attackers to access sensitive personal information about VENOM.

The company released fireless or malware-free, cyber securities in order to detect data on the average time an attack and the percentage of attacks detected by organizations themselves.

Company has observed that 39 percent of all cyber-attacks were malware-free intrusions and it can also provide names which industries attackers most frequently targeted and company has extended its wings in to version of Falcon for mobile devices.

According to the threat report Russia has the fastest cybercriminals in the world and china being responsible for more than 25 percent of sophisticated attacks.

Malware explains about the company as unknown and previously unseen binaries running in your environment; making file and registry changes to your system. It offers subscription-based Software as a Service platform designed to fulfill the company’s mission.

The two major services that the company provides Falcon Host and CrowdStrike Security Operations Center.

Falcon Host: Falcon Host is a small (10 MB) sensor, with enough intelligence to detect and take preventative action as needed, is installed on every endpoint and also provides sensors helps Advanced Threat Intelligence Cloud for analysis by personnel who are looking specifically for common events across the entire sensor network.

CrowdStrike Security Operations Center (CSOC): CSOC consists of CrowdStrike intrusion response experts who proactively hunt for adversaries and attacks 24/7 to ensure all attacks are detected in their client’s networks.

CrowdStrike always aims to recover the information and provide a solution to the cyber-attacks. They always help in anticipate threats, upgrade their networks and build internal skills and expertise. As the digital world may never be fully safe, but they will always provide a solution.

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