Google Cloud and CrowdStrike Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: CRWD) has announced numerous product integrations to delivery customers defense in depth security, workload protection and comprehensive visibility at scale across hybrid cloud environments. CrowdStrike will integrated its CrowdStrike Falcon platform with Google Cloud’s security products which include Virus Total Enterprise, Chronicle and Google cloud Security Command Center to help security teams increase visibility of threats across cloud and hybrid deployments which enables them to act faster to address them. “The past year forced organizations to push their digital transformation forward at record pace to support remote workforces. However, digital transformation cannot be done without security transformation, in order to protect organizations’ cloud presence,” said Amol Kulkarni, Chief Product Officer of CrowdStrike. “That is why we are proud to expand our partnership with Google Cloud and deliver deeper integrations with their security capabilities. These integrations are powered by our best-in-class, AI-powered telemetry to provide contextual and actionable intelligence that accelerates incident response to better protect cloud workloads from sophisticated threat activity.”
“Security issues continue to disrupt enterprises across all industries, prompting many to modernize their security plans and operations with the cloud. At the same time, attackers continue to become more sophisticated and evolve attack methods,” said Sunil Potti, Vice President & General Manager of Google Cloud Security. “Our expanded partnership with CrowdStrike helps our joint customers make the most of their security investments and gain multi-level defenses that can only be delivered by the power of the cloud.”
Google Cloud’s security analytics engine, Chronicle will integrate with the CrowdStrike Falcon platform. VirusTotal will integrate with CrowdStrike Falcon and is planned to be available in the CrowdStrike Store that allow cybersecurity teams to search and identify files or URLs that pertain to an investigation. Google Workspace and BeyondCorp Enterprise will integrate with Falcon Zero Trust Assessment to allow joint customers to create and enforce policies to applications using CrowdStrikes risk signals, strengthening zero trust initiatives. Google Cloud’s SCC will aggregate alerts and events from the CrowdStrike Falcon platform to aid in a single comprehensive view of security and compliance across a customer’s cloud.