CrowdStrike announced it has been recognized as a Leader in Frost & Sullivan’s Frost Radar™: Global Cyber Threat Intelligence, 2022 report. Frost & Sullivan states that CrowdStrike’s “market share is above 15%” with “remarkable growth rates.”
As a pioneer in adversary attribution, CrowdStrike’s threat intelligence is a foundational piece of the CrowdStrike Falcon® platform that powers the product portfolio, enabling customers to receive the benefits of comprehensive threat intelligence without deploying new infrastructure and allowing organizations of all sizes to recognize immediate time to value. According to Frost & Sullivan, CrowdStrike delivers intelligence with “high levels of accuracy, effectiveness and timeliness.”
CrowdStrike’s industry-leading threat intelligence is uniquely positioned to help organizations achieve three critical outcomes:
“Frost & Sullivan’s recognition of CrowdStrike as a global leader in cyber threat intelligence validates our innovation and market strategy. With vast telemetry and high-fidelity threat data that powers the CrowdStrike Falcon platform, we deliver threat intelligence that is truly unique, actionable, relevant and timely. Our ‘threat intelligence for everyone’ principle has proven to be successful and is the reason why CrowdStrike stands in a class of its own, as evidenced by our leadership in the Frost Radar,” said Adam Meyers, senior vice president, intelligence at CrowdStrike.
While CrowdStrike’s glowing customer validation speaks for itself, Frost & Sullivan recognizes CrowdStrike’s determination to continuously bring innovation to organizations of all sizes, industries and maturities. Recently, CrowdStrike announced it has integrated External Attack Surface Management (EASM) technology with its industry-leading Threat Intelligence product suite to provide organizations with enhanced adversary intelligence.
“While CrowdStrike currently offers a wide variety of security solutions to protect customers against the most advanced threats, the company’s beginnings are closely linked to threat intelligence. CrowdStrike believes that threat intelligence is foundational to building effective cyber defenses for organizations of all sizes and skill levels. This is part of the company’s DNA. Unlike most other vendors on the Frost Radar, CrowdStrike can leverage client threat telemetry from deployments of its endpoint solution. CrowdStrike’s strategy addresses the needs of the most basic customers that are implementing CTI for the first time, and the more strategic requirements of advanced organizations and government entities,” said Jarad Carleton, global research director at Frost & Sullivan.