CrowdStrike and Nvidia form strategic partnership to enhance cybersecurity with AI | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware

Cybersecurity company CrowdStrike Holdings Inc. today announced a new strategic collaboration with Nvidia Corp. to deliver Nvidia artificial intelligence computing on the CrowdStrike Falcon XDR platform.

The collaboration will see CrowdStrike Falcon data combined with Nvidia’s GPU-optimized AI pipelines and software, including Nvidia NIM microservices, to deliver custom and secure generative AI model creation to both CrowdStrike and Nvidia customers.

Under the collaboration, CrowdStrike will also leverage Nvidia accelerated computing, Nvidia Morpheus and Nvidia NIM microservices to bring custom large language model-powered applications to the enterprise. Paired with the Falcon platform’s contextual data, customers will be able to solve novel, domain-specific use cases, including AI-powered applications that can process petabytes of logs to improve threat hunting, detect supply chain attacks, identify anomalies in user behavior and proactively defend against emerging exploits and vulnerabilities.

Customers are also said to benefit from having underlying security data that can be used to operationalize their selection of AI architectures with confidence. Doing so quickly turns enterprise data into powerful insights and actions to drive performance and cost optimizations.

“Our customers from all verticals, segments and geographies are increasing adoption of AI/ML across their businesses, looking to generative AI for efficiency, speed and innovation,” George Kurtz, co-founder and chief executive officer of CrowdStrike, said in a statement. “Our collaboration with NVIDIA combines the power of two innovative industry leaders to not only help customers meet and exceed necessary security requirements but also increase adoption of AI technologies for business acceleration and value creation.”

Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of Nvidia, commented that “pairing Nvidia accelerated computing and generative AI with CrowdStrike cybersecurity can give enterprises unprecedented visibility into threats to help them better protect their businesses.”

theCUBE Research industry analysts John Furrier and Dave Vellante analyzed CrowdStrike’s most recent earnings release on the latest episode of theCUBE Pod on March 8. In the episode, Vellante and Furrier debated whether Nvidia would remain a monopoly or see competition.

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