CrowdStrike partners with NVIDIA for AI-driven cybersecurity

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CrowdStrike partners with NVIDIA for AI-driven cybersecurity

AUSTIN, Texas - CrowdStrike Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: NASDAQ: CRWD ), a leader in cloud-delivered endpoint and cloud workload protection, has announced a strategic collaboration with NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NASDAQ: NVDA ) to integrate NVIDIA's artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities into the CrowdStrike Falcon XDR platform. This partnership aims to enhance cybersecurity measures for enterprises by leveraging large language model (LLM)-powered applications and NVIDIA's AI software, including the newly introduced NVIDIA NIM microservices.

The CrowdStrike Global Threat Report of 2024 indicates a reduction in average breakout time to 62 minutes, highlighting the need for rapid and sophisticated security solutions. With AI's growing role in cybersecurity, this collaboration seeks to provide organizations with the speed and automation necessary to protect against breaches.

George Kurtz, CEO of CrowdStrike, emphasized the company's commitment to AI innovation in cybersecurity and the potential of the partnership with NVIDIA to enhance security and drive business acceleration. NVIDIA's founder and CEO, Jensen Huang, also commented on the collaboration's ability to offer enterprises improved threat visibility and protection.

The partnership will allow CrowdStrike to utilize NVIDIA's accelerated computing, Morpheus, and NIM microservices to create custom applications capable of processing extensive data volumes for threat hunting, detecting supply chain attacks, and defending against new exploits. By combining the Falcon platform's data with NVIDIA's AI, customers can expect enhanced insights and actions for performance and cost optimizations.

CrowdStrike, renowned for its AI-native Falcon platform, generates high-fidelity security telemetry in petabytes daily. This collaboration is set to empower Falcon users with AI-powered solutions to prevent breaches more effectively.

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