CrowdStrike said it is adding several features to its cloud-native application protection platform that would allow give users accelerated threat hunting capabilities, which would reduce the time needed to respond to threats they discover in cloud environment and workloads, VentureBeat
The new adversary-focused CNAPP capabilities Crowdstrike is introducing builds on the company's existing cloud-delivered endpoint protection, which run on its Falcon platform and leverages both its agent-based Falcon Cloud Workload Protection modules and the company's agentless Cloud Security Posture Management offering, Falcon Horizon, according to the company. The upgrades are designed to aid security and DevOps
teams in cloud threat hunting, identifying which cloud security issues are the most critical and resolving runtime threats.
Crowdstrike is also rolling out updates that introduce new methods of leveraging its Falcon Fusion SOAR framework to deliver automated remediation for Amazon Web Services; new identity-based threat prevention capabilities and new custom Indicators of Misconfigurations for use in AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.