Architecture, Cloud, Network security

CrowdStrike, Google partnership aims to deliver defense-in-depth for hybrid cloud environments

May 10, 2021
Urs Holzle, Senior Vice President for Technical Infrastructure at Google, speaks on the Google Cloud Platform during a Google I/O Developers Conference in San Francisco, California. CrowdStrike and Google Cloud announced a series of product integrations. (Photo by Stephen Lam/Getty Images)
  • Google Cloud’s security analytics engine Chronicle will integrate with CrowdStrike Falcon. Security teams can now correlate petabytes of data from Chronicle with datasets from Falcon, which will let them investigate long-term attacks and defend against new ones.
  • VirusTotal will integrate with CrowdStrike Falcon and be available via the CrowdStrike Store. Integrating VirusTotal with Falcon will also help customers  more effectively track adversaries and generate detection rules that can eliminate blind spots in their cloud and hybrid infrastructure.
  • Google Cloud’s SCC will aggregate alerts and events from CrowdStrike Falcon, which helps offer a single comprehensive view of security and compliance across a customer’s cloud environment. A unified management console should make it much easier for security teams to maintain visibility and control over their environment and more quickly prioritize violations and investigate alerts.
  • Google Cloud’s BeyondCorp Enterprise and Google Workspace will also integrate with Falcon Zero Trust Assessment, allowing joint customers to create and enforce granular access policies to applications using CrowdStrike’s unique risk signals. 
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