CrowdStrike launches Falcon Go for SMEs


By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Friday, 17 November, 2023

CrowdStrike launches Falcon Go for SMEs

Cybersecurity company CrowdStrike has launched a new AI-powered cybersecurity solution for small and medium businesses designed to stop ransomware attacks and prevent data breaches.

The new solution aims to address the gaps in current antivirus products, allowing SMB customers to prevent and mitigate the attacks such products miss.

Falcon Go recently scored 100% in ransomware prevention during testing conducted by SE Labs. The solution uses pre-configured protection to ensure it can be downloaded and installed in seconds with just a few clicks. It is managed via a unified home screen displaying device protection, threat activity and product efficacy in stopping attacks.

Falcon Go is also designed to prevent data theft and accidental exfiltration of data by employees by providing users with full visibility and control of USB media.

CrowdStrike chief business officer Daniel Bernard said with the platform, the company hopes to set a new standard in SBM cybersecurity.

“Cyber attacks and ransomware should be words that no SMB should ever worry about, but the failure of traditional antivirus products puts these companies at risk. The damages are often a company-ending event, encompassing business disruption, legal action and financial loss,” he said.

“Current SMB cybersecurity 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.”

Image credit: iStock.com/Tero Vesalainen

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