Popular risk consulting firm Ernst & Young (EY) announced its partnership with cloud-delivered endpoint security provider CrowdStrike to integrate cybersecurity operations and risk management within organizations. The EY-CrowdStrike alliance integrates CrowdStrike’s cybersecurity technologies with consulting capabilities and cybersecurity services provided by EY. The collaboration also offers comprehensive security services to help clients better identify, prevent, and respond to cyberthreats.
With the new collaboration, EY professionals can now help clients achieve their cybersecurity objectives by leveraging CrowdStrike’s Falcon platform to provide deep insights into cyber risks within their organizations. In addition, enterprises across major industries like financial services, health care, retail, manufacturing, and energy can gain risk insights to help enable better business decision-making from the security operations center to the boardroom
Dave Burg, EY Americas Cybersecurity Leader, said, “Implementing quality cybersecurity technology is essential as cyberattacks become increasingly advanced and prevalent. EY professionals can combine transformational consulting experience with the CrowdStrike platform to help businesses establish proactive cybersecurity plans to both mitigate and prevent potential cyberattacks.”
George Kurtz, Co-Founder and CEO, CrowdStrike said, “CrowdStrike Falcon has been selected by businesses worldwide as a transformative solution that delivers simplicity, speed and efficacy for an overwhelming cybersecurity threat operations landscape, helping security teams to quickly identify and stop breaches before they occur. Being named an EY preferred technology platform for security services provides the benefit of collaborating on innovating and leading transformational consulting services to aid organizations in achieving maximum value in cybersecurity operations – positively impacting business objectives and elevating the cybersecurity conversation from the security operations center to the boardroom.”