CrowdStrike accredited by NSA for cyber incident response services

Shawn Henry
Shawn Henry

CrowdStrike, a global provider of security technologies and services focused on identifying advanced threats and targeted attacks, announced on July 8 that it is one of seven companies accredited by the National Security Agency (NSA) under its National Security Cyber Assistance Program.

The NSA developed the accreditation program in response to a need for trusted resources for victims of computer network breaches. Companies that qualified for the accreditation were assessed in 21 critical focus areas including intrusion detection, incident analysis and containment and remediation.

“CrowdStrike’s mission has always been to assist victim organizations mitigate the threat and to remediate from targeted attacks,” said Shawn Henry, president, CrowdStrike Services. “We are proud to receive this accreditation from the NSA and to be a trusted partner and resource for victim companies.”

CrowdStrike’s elite consultants provide proactive assessments, incident response and remediation services to a worldwide client base.