CrowdStrike Wins 2017 SC Award for Best Security Company and Best Behavior Analytics/Enterprise Threat Detection

IRVINE, CA --- CrowdStrike, the leader in cloud-delivered endpoint protection, today announced that the company was recognized by the 2017 SC Awards as Best Security Company and Best Behavior Analytics/Enterprise Threat Detection. Awards were announced at the SC Awards 2017 ceremony on February 14, 2017 in San Francisco.

The awards honor the achievements of companies and information security professionals who make innovative solutions to safeguard businesses, their customers and critical data in North America. The award winners were chosen by a distinguished group of leading IT security professionals from the SC Media readership and selected by SC Media’s editorial team.

Additionally, CrowdStrike won three awards at the 13th Annual 2017 Info Security PG's Global Excellence Awards. CrowdStrike Falcon was selected as Gold Winner in the following categories:
• Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Detection and Response
• Innovation in Next Generation Security
• Innovative Company of the Year

CrowdStrike Falcon has been independently tested and certified as an effective AV replacement, including validation from testing with AV-Comparatives and SE Labs. In addition, the Falcon Platform has received independent validation for PCI DSS and HIPAA compliance. Its prevention engine is powered by a record small 15MB machine learning model that is trained on more than 30 billion daily events processed in the CrowdStrike Threat Graph™. Additionally, Falcon is the only solution that can prevent, detect, respond and hunt for attacks through a single lightweight agent ensuring extremely low performance overhead on the endpoint.

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