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CrowdStrike Powers the AI-Native SOC with NexGen SIEM


Falcon Next-Gen SIEM innovations modernize SOC operations with a single, unified platform to deliver full visibility and protection across all workloads.

The new CrowdStrike Falcon Next-Gen SIEM innovations will liberate customers from the constraints of legacy SIEM products and power the AI-Native SOC. To accelerate SOC transformation, all Falcon Insight customers will receive 10 gigabytes of third-party data ingested per day at no additional cost to experience the speed and performance of Falcon Next-Gen SIEM.

To give security teams the speed they need to stop breaches, the modern SOC requires a platform that converges data, security and IT, with AI and workflow automation built natively within. With this release, CrowdStrike sets the standard for the next generation of SIEM, engineered to power the AI-native SOC.

“Our single-agent, single platform architecture unifies native and third-party data with AI and workflow automation to deliver on the promise of the AI-native SOC.”  

George Kurtz, CEO and co-Founder, CrowdStrike.

“The speed of today’s cyberattacks requires security teams to rapidly analyze massive amounts of data to detect, investigate and respond to threats faster. This is the failed promise of SIEM. Customers are hungry for better technology that delivers instant time-to-value and increased functionality at a lower total cost of ownership. The vast majority of the critical security data is already resident in the Falcon platform, saving the time and cost of data transfer to a legacy SIEM,” said George Kurtz, CEO and co-founder, CrowdStrike.

Falcon Next-Gen SIEM includes new and updated connectors to consolidate third-party IT and security data into the unified Falcon platform. New data management capabilities make it easy to understand the health, volume, and status of data ingestion, as well as manage and edit custom parsers to easily bring in new data sources, including on-premises log collectors. 

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