CrowdStrike Empowers Next-Gen Cybersecurity with Generative AI

CrowdStrike Empowers Next-Gen Cybersecurity with Generative AI

By Stefania Viscusi

Security company CrowdStrike unveiled Charlotte AI, a new generative AI cybersecurity analyst it says will help to democratize security and empower users of the CrowdStrike Falcon platform, regardless of their expertise.

That means anyone in the company – from the IT helpdesk to executives – can ask questions like “What is our risk level against the latest Microsoft vulnerability?” and get real-time, actionable insights.

With Charlotte AI, customers can better tackle critical challenges faced by the security community, such as bridging the cybersecurity skills gap and accelerating response times to combat fraudsters.

The new AI analyst uses the highest-fidelity security data including trillions of security events captured in the CrowdStrike Threat Graph, asset telemetry from across users, devices, identities, cloud workloads and CrowdStrike’s industry leading threat intelligence. The data is continuously enhanced through a seamless human feedback loop. Users ask natural language questions in multiple languages and the AI analyst provides intuitive answers directly from the CrowdStrike Falcon platform. It is currently available in private for customer preview.

CrowdStrike customers can not only now better navigate the complex cybersecurity landscape with confidence, but it also paves the way for a future security community that is more empowered and better stays ahead of evolving threats.

“Since our founding, CrowdStrike has pioneered the use of artificial intelligence in cybersecurity to identify adversary behavior and combat sophisticated attacks to stop breaches. With the introduction of Charlotte AI, we’re delivering the next innovation that will help users of all skill levels improve their ability to stop breaches while reducing security operations complexity,” said Mike Sentonas, President of CrowdStrike.

“Our approach has always been rooted in the belief that the combination of AI and human intelligence together will transform cybersecurity,” said Sentonas. “We believe our continuous feedback loop on human-validated content is critical, and because of this, no other vendor will be able to match the security and business outcomes of CrowdStrike’s approach to generative AI.”

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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