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Netskope and CrowdStrike Strengthen Collaboration to Enhance Zero Trust Security

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Bangalore: Netskope has announced an expanded collaboration with CrowdStrike aimed at enhancing organizational security through a zero trust framework. This partnership integrates Netskope’s risk insights regarding users, applications, and activities with CrowdStrike’s Falcon® Next-Gen SIEM platform.

By combining Netskope’s event logs detailing various types of user traffic with CrowdStrike’s data, threat intelligence, and workflow automation, customers can bolster their Security Service Edge (SSE) capabilities and achieve greater visibility and prevention across their enterprise networks. The integration facilitates faster and more effective threat investigations by providing a consolidated view of alerts across different domains such as endpoints, cloud services, and identity management.

Joint customers can leverage AI-powered detections and contextual insights from Netskope to identify and respond to evasive threats, streamline data onboarding processes, and unify their security operations center (SOC) workflows. Additionally, the collaboration enables real-time threat detection and response by correlating data from various security tools to mitigate sophisticated attacks and emerging threats effectively.

“This latest integration between Netskope and CrowdStrike enables our joint customers to take advantage of a comprehensive, cross-platform approach driven by zero trust principles.

Netskope’s unique risk insights and granular controls for over 80,000 applications provide customers valuable information to make smarter, faster decisions,” said Andy Horwitz, VP Business Development and Technology Alliances, Netskope. “The longstanding and highly productive CrowdStrike and Netskope partnership continues to help solve customer security challenges by staying ahead of emerging threats and adversaries, leveraging the power of the cloud and AI.”

“With the enterprise perimeter rapidly blurring and adversaries setting their sights on the cloud, it is imperative for security teams to have visibility across the entire attack surface and ability to rapidly respond,” said Daniel Bernard, chief business officer, CrowdStrike. “Netskope’s rich insights are a welcome addition to our vast ecosystem of high-quality data sources powering Falcon Next-Gen SIEM and supercharging security teams’ ability to stop breaches.”