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CrowdStrike revolutionises SMB security with Falcon Go

Small to medium businesses (SMBs) are a common target for cyber criminals. Their smaller security budgets and lower profile make them lucrative to threat actors. According to Accenture, 43 per cent of all cyber attacks are on SMBs.

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Thu, 16 Nov 2023
CrowdStrike revolutionises SMB security with Falcon Go
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Making matters worse, traditional antivirus software can’t keep up with the growing complexity of and cunning of cyber criminals.

In recognition of this, industry-leading cyber security firm CrowdStrike has launched Falcon Go, granting SMBs the quality protection that big businesses are used to and setting a new standard of security for the little guys.

“Cyber attacks and ransomware should be words that no SMB should ever worry about, but the failure of traditional antivirus products put these companies at risk,” says CrowdStrike chief business officer Daniel Bernard.

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“The damages are often a company-ending event, encompassing business disruption, legal action and financial loss.

“Current SMB cyber security offerings leave this vast market segment underserved and underprotected. Falcon Go is changing the game with AI-powered protection, a prosumer user experience and the outcome every business needs – stopping the breach.”

Falcon Go is powered by CrowdStrike’s AI-native Falcon platform, delivering class-leading protection. Installation takes a matter of seconds and comes preconfigured, allowing business owners to scratch security off the list of areas they need to worry about.

The software has also been designed with people at all technical levels in mind, making cyber security easier than ever.

Already, SMBs are reaping the benefits of the technology and have absolute faith in the security CrowdStrike’s Falcon Go provides.

“We know CrowdStrike stands for the very best in cyber security – stopping breaches,” said chief security officer for Everything Computers, Homer Scoon.

“Falcon Go was fast to deploy and has been simple to manage. With the new console experience, Falcon Go is even easier to operate and demonstrates CrowdStrike’s commitment to innovation.

“With Falcon, we have the confidence of CrowdStrike’s industry-leading protection so we can focus on running our business,” said Don Thorstenson, IT manager at BPG Designs. “Deploying and managing cyber security has never been this easy.”

For more information, or a free trial of Falcon Go, head to the CrowdStrike website.

Daniel Croft

Daniel Croft

Born in the heart of Western Sydney, Daniel Croft is a passionate journalist with an understanding for and experience writing in the technology space. Having studied at Macquarie University, he joined Momentum Media in 2022, writing across a number of publications including Australian Aviation, Cyber Security Connect and Defence Connect. Outside of writing, Daniel has a keen interest in music, and spends his time playing in bands around Sydney.

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