Saturday, May 25, 2024

CrowdStrike Partnered with HCLTech to Drive Enterprise Cybersecurity Transformation

CrowdStrike and HCLTech, a leading global technology company, have announced a strategic partnership.

This collaboration aims to enhance HCLTech’s managed detection and response (MDR) solutions with the cutting-edge AI-native CrowdStrike Falcon® XDR platform.

Here’s a detailed look at this partnership and its implications for the cybersecurity landscape.

Partnership Announcement

CrowdStrike and HCLTech’s partnership marks a pivotal step in the fight against the ever-evolving cyber threats facing organizations today.


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By integrating the CrowdStrike Falcon® XDR platform into HCLTech’s MDR solutions, this alliance is set to deliver comprehensive cybersecurity transformation across various domains, including device, identity, cloud, data, next-gen SIEM, and more.

This collaboration empowers organizations with the tools and expertise needed to effectively counteract cyber threats and ensure robust digital security.

Quotes from HCLTech and CrowdStrike Executives

“Delivering a Dynamic Cybersecurity Posture is core to our solutions and engagements, and the partnership with CrowdStrike will further strengthen our commitment to accelerate this journey for our customers.”

Amit Jain, Executive Vice President – HCLTech

He highlighted the synergy between HCLTech’s managed services solutions and the CrowdStrike Falcon XDR platform, which creates a formidable defense against cyber threats.

“Our partnership with HCLTech extends the reach of the Falcon platform to new customers and markets, expediting spend consolidation and improving operational efficiencies.”

Daniel Bernard – CrowdStrike’s Chief Business Officer

He emphasized the mutual mission of securing the world’s largest enterprises on cybersecurity’s winning platform.

This strategic partnership between CrowdStrike and HCLTech represents a significant advancement in enterprise cybersecurity. It promises to deliver robust defenses against the sophisticated cyber threats of today and tomorrow.

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