CrowdStrike is #1 in Top 10 XDR software
CrowdStrike's cloud-native endpoint security platform combines Next-Gen Av, EDR, Threat Intelligence, Threat Hunting, and much more.
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#1 in Top 10 XDR software
The best alternatives to CrowdStrike are: SentinelOne, Darktrace, VMware Carbon Black, Mcafee, Zscaler, Sophos, Microsoft Defender, Kaspersky
Latest news about CrowdStrike
2023. CrowdStrike acquires Bionic.ai for $350M
CrowdStrike has acquired Bionic.ai — a security posture management platform for cloud services — for $350 million. Bionic.ai's primary function is to provide security teams with a comprehensive overview of a company's technology and IT landscape, helping them identify vulnerabilities. It's worth noting that Bionic.ai's annual recurring revenue (ARR) was below $10 million, a pivotal metric in the Software as a Service (SaaS) sector for assessing business performance. CrowdStrike primarily focuses on services related to endpoint security, threat intelligence, breach response, and it already offers its own security posture management service under the brand "Falcon." The acquisition of Bionic.ai is expected to provide CrowdStrike with an enhanced level of visibility and observability for security operations teams.
2021. CrowdStrike acquires logging startup Humio for $400M
CrowdStrike, an enterprise-focused cloud-native cybersecurity company specializing in endpoint protection and threat intelligence, has revealed its intention to acquire Humio, a log analysis and observability startup based in the United Kingdom. The deal, primarily conducted through cash transactions, is estimated to be valued at around $400 million. Humio gained recognition in the realm of cloud log-management and observability since its establishment in 2016 in London. The company has distinguished itself through its innate capability to ingest and analyze both unstructured and semi-structured data. Backed by investors like Accel and Dell, Humio has secured over $30 million in funding, while serving prominent customers such as Microsoft and Bloomberg.