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Malwarebytes integrates with CrowdStrike for end-to-end enterprise security

Malwarebytes has announced it will offer its remediation solution to CrowdStrike customers to elevate and simplify enterprise remediation efforts.  

The advanced endpoint protection and remediation solutions provider says its custom offering, Malwarebytes Remediation for CrowdStrike, integrates with CrowdStrike's Falcon endpoint protection platform, providing automated malware remediation. 

When used together, Malwarebytes Remediation for CrowdStrike and the CrowdStrike Falcon platform provide a comprehensive solution for preventing a compromised device from becoming a full-scale breach.

"Being able to scan and remediate without impacting business operations is something that has been a serious challenge for organisations and is essential for business continuity," says Marcin Klecynski, chief executive officer of Malwarebytes. 

"This integration with CrowdStrike enables us to fortify cybersecurity for their largest enterprise customers by providing our renowned remediation capabilities alongside CrowdStrike's Falcon platform," Klecynski says.

"This integration minimises business downtime during an attack by automating remediation and neutralising attacks promptly."

According to the company, Malwarebytes Remediation for CrowdStrike detects and remediates malware, exploits, ransomware, adware, PUPs, PUMs, and other cyberthreats while integrating seamlessly into existing security operations center (SOC) operations. 

Malwarebytes delivers the built-in intelligence and automation that SOCs need to efficiently handle an ever-growing workload of alerts, malware and other attack vectors without advanced manual analysis, dramatically reducing workloads. 

Malwarebytes Linking Engine finds and removes linked artefacts while Malwarebytes Remediation Engine provides automated, advanced remediation that thoroughly removes detected infections and unwanted programs. 

These two engines enable SOC teams to quickly and easily remediate Windows workstations and servers with a dissolvable agent that helps maintain end-user productivity to ensure business continuity efficiently removing issues without creating a drag on systems.

Malwarebytes Remediation for CrowdStrike will be offered directly from Malwarebytes sales professionals or authorised channel partners. 

Malwarebytes specialises in protection against cyberthreats including malware, ransomware and exploits that traditional antivirus solutions fail to catch. 

The cyber secuirty company offers comprehensive defense and recovery technologies to safeguard devices whether at home or in the office, enabling users to protect themselves anywhere, anytime. 

Malwarebytes' team of researchers and security experts protect more than 60,000 businesses and millions of people worldwide, combatting millions of threats daily using artificial intelligence and machine learning to identify behaviour and catch new threats rapidly. 

Chief executive officer Marcin Kleczynski founded the company in 2008 and has grown the company to more than 800 employees across the world today. The company is headquartered in California with offices in Europe and Asia. 

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