Cybersecurity provider CrowdStrike announced that its CrowdXDR Alliance initiative has gained three new members, each of which is expected to boost the alliance’s telemetry sources in three technological fields: Cloudflare for cloud, Armis for Internet of things, and ThreatWarrior for network, SDxCentral
The goal of the CrowdXDR Alliance is to create a universal extended detection and response language to facilitate data sharing between security process and tools, in line with CrowdStrike’s
vision of structured use of data that is also deployed for threat hunting using shared telemetry.
“Through our integration, which combines device details from Falcon sensors with device details gathered by Armis, we are able to deliver a comprehensive view of every managed and unmanaged asset in the customer’s environments,” Armis co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Nadir Izrael said of the collaboration.
CrowdStrike has been making partnerships this year to integrate its threat detection solutions with those of other security vendors, including Zscaler with its zero-trust an identity-centric security protocol and Google Cloud, which pledged to share its telemetry and data with CrowdStrike’s Falcon platform.