CrowdStrike Intros Partner Progam, Adds Elite Tier for Business Growth


CrowdStrike Intros Partner Progam, Adds Elite Tier for Business Growth

By Stefania Viscusi

Cyber security continues to be a major pain point for businesses. The combination of evolving hacker tactics and increasingly complex nature of business digital landscapes makes protecting business assets an ongoing challenge. At the same time, businesses are increasingly looking to MSPs to help manage their IT environments. It’s a compelling proposition for MSPs to also deliver cyber security services, since they already are intimately familiar with their clients’ technology.

Cloud security solutions provider CrowdStrike is stepping up its offerings for service providers in a move to help them enhance profitability and further expand market opportunity. The CrowdStrike Powered Service Provider Program (CPSP) includes value-added solution bundles and is adding an elite tier to incentivize partners.

CrowdStrike offers cloud-delivered protection of endpoints, cloud workloads, identity, and data.

For service providers looking to have an advantage in today’s hyper competitive market, access to new technologies that are scalable and secure is critical. With offerings that are purpose-built in the cloud, partners can bring their customers intelligent solutions for better business outcomes while preventing breaches.

With the CrowdStrike Falcon platform MSPs can rapidly deliver endpoint security and XDR, cloud security, identity protection, data protection, managed threat hunting, security and IT operations, threat intelligence, and log management. It uses real-time indicators of attack, threat intelligence, evolving adversary tradecraft and enriched telemetry from across the enterprise to deliver hyper-accurate detections, automated protection and remediation.

Joining the CPSP program will provide access to solutions that are aligned to customer business needs, from package bundles to individual Falcon platform modules.

“The CrowdStrike Falcon platform provides the highest level of protection for customers and is easy to implement and manage. We wanted to make sure service providers got additive value when introducing the CrowdStrike Powered Service Provider program. To that end, we developed the CPSP program in partnership with GSIs, MDR vendors, MSPs, MSSPs and Telcos to ensure we were meeting their needs and empowering them to grow their businesses,” said Michael Rogers, vice president, global alliances at CrowdStrike.

 Elite CPSP partners currently include companies like, Cyber Defense Labs, Deloitte, eSentire, Marco Technologies, Orange Cyberdefense, and Sirius.

“As a result of being powered by CrowdStrike, we can protect organizations where they are targeted most – across their endpoint, network, cloud and identity data sources,” said Kurtis Armour, VP of product management at eSentire. “No matter where their data or users reside, security leaders can trust in eSentire to deliver the added value of 24/7 threat hunting, investigation, containment and remediation expertise – all with a Mean Time to Contain of just 15 minutes.”

Edited by Erik Linask
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