Dig Security Announces Integration with CrowdStrike

Dig, a cloud data security leader announced its technology integration with CrowdStrike, a leader in cloud-delivered protection of endpoints, cloud workloads, identity and data.

The Dig Data Security Platform integrates with the CrowdStrike Falcon platform to deliver real-time visibility and control of cloud data assets for the accurate discovery of sensitive data and security posture gaps.

“Organizations rely on the ability to upload large amounts of data to the cloud. But it is too easy for them to lose track of what they have. Unmonitored and unsecured data is too easily infected by malware. Unless detected, it evolves into a ticking time bomb that threatens business processes and operations,” said Dan Benjamin, CEO and co-founder of Dig Security. “The Dig integration with CrowdStrike’s malware detection and file scanning capabilities across cloud data stores helps customers benefit from comprehensive data asset visibility and security across all enterprise cloud stacks.”

Legacy point malware detection solutions only scan cloud storage buckets and fall short of comprehensive protection. The integration protects cloud data assets from malicious content with complete malware scanning from the CrowdStrike Falcon platform across all cloud storage buckets, such as Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Azure Blob Storage, and Google Buckets; FileStores and other unstructured data stores that live in the cloud; and other IaaS, PaaS, and DBaaS providers, including Databricks, Oracle Cloud, and Snowflake.

The Dig Data Security Platform combines data security posture management (DSPM), data loss prevention (DLP) and data detection and response (DDR) capabilities into a single platform. It is easy to implement, cloud-scalable, and highly efficient for today’s security teams.

Dig enables enterprise cloud and security teams to produce immediate insights using its agentless cloud native solution that delivers a short setup time, zero maintenance, and comprehensive, automated response at scale.

The integration builds on an existing partnership between CrowdStrike and Dig, which is a CrowdStrike Falcon Fund portfolio company. A cross-stage investment fund, the CrowdStrike Falcon Fund is designed to build an ecosystem of next-generation security leaders that share a common mission through a unique combination of investment and deep technical integrations.

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