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Delta Risk and CrowdStrike to help clients strengthen their cyber security

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Delta Risk, a leading provider of SOC-as-a-Service and security services has joined the CrowdStrike Elevate Partner Program. Delta Risk will offer CrowdStrike’s industry-leading next-generation endpoint protection platform, threat intelligence, and response services to help customers stop breaches.

Delta Risk will help the customers using the CrowdStrike Falcon Platform to help businesses strengthen their cyber security posture to detect and prevent attacks.

CrowdStrike Falcon is a transformative solution powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) that unifies next-generation antivirus (NGAV), IT hygiene, endpoint detection and response (EDR), cyber threat intelligence and proactive threat hunting.

Joseph Acosta, Director of Security Operation Center, Delta Risk said that their cloud-native ActiveEye platform, that powers their managed security services, together with CrowdStrike’s robust endpoint security, will help the customers to quickly see what is happening on endpoint devices across their network.

It will help to reduce the risk of false positives so that the security staff can focus on the most critical alerts and respond to threats faster.

Curtis Glenn, Director of Information Security, Sonic Automotive, stated that they opted to have Delta Risk manage their endpoint security because of their past experience using their security operations center (SOC) as-a-Service solutions.

Delta Risk’s expertise let them to maximize their investment in CrowdStrike and maintain global, 24×7 coverage for the entire IT infrastructure.

Cyber attacks cannot be avoided, so the companies must respond immediately to cyber threats to cope up with the speed of sophisticated criminal and nation-state adversaries.

By joining the CrowdStrike Elevate Partner Program, Delta Risk can provide customers with comprehensive endpoint visibility, faster time to deployment and better overall protection.

According to a recent report, CrowdStrike recommended that organizations follow the 1:10:60 rule: one minute to detect threats, 10 minutes to investigate, and 60 minutes to contain and remediate an incident.

According to CrowdStrike’s 2019 Global Security Attitude Survey, most organizations are not completely prepared to address breakout time.

On average, the process of detecting, triaging, investigating, and containing a cyber incident takes organizations globally 162 hours, with an average of 31 hours to contain a cybersecurity incident once it has been detected and investigated.

The CrowdStrike Elevate Partner Program provides technology partners, solution providers, system integrator and managed service providers (MSSPs) with the capability to deliver bespoke solutions to customers.

Priyanka R
Cyber Security Enthusiast, Security Blogger, Technical Editor, Author at Cyber Safe News

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