Crowdstrike joins hand with ServiceNow for IR

CrowdStrike has today announced it has joined the ServiceNow® Service Graph Connector Program, a new designation within the Technology Partner Program.

Users can now integrate device data from the CrowdStrike Falcon platform into their incident response process, allowing for the improvement of both the security and IT operation outcomes.

The Service Graph Connector program leverages the ServiceNow’s tech and engineering to provide a means of bringing third-party data into the Configuration Management Database (CMDB).

“ServiceNow is leading the future of work by creating great experiences for businesses,” says ServiceNow vice president and general manager of IT operations management, security, and CMDB Jeff Hausman.

“We are pleased to have CrowdStrike integrate its Service Graph Connector to improve visibility of attack surface and device inventory so that customers can easily leverage ServiceNow for better security and IT response.”

CrowdStrike’s Service Graph Connector enables customers to:

Gain control and visibility

Shorten time to response

Improve efficiency with API

ServiceNow Service Graph, the next-generation system of record for digital products and services addresses the entire technology stack from infrastructure to the application layer.

It includes ServiceNow’s CMDB, the repository for all infrastructure, relationships and configuration management information.

With Service Graph, IT organisations can leverage a broad and deep data foundation for managing the entire lifecycle of digital products and services.

This connected approach enables customers to leverage their existing CMDB investments to rationalise portfolios, automate development, streamline cloud and security operations, manage risk, and understand ROI, driving high-value business outcomes.

“Accessing and operationalising endpoint device data is critical to accelerating the response to security-related incidents,”

“CrowdStrike’s Service Graph Connector on ServiceNow offers a seamless bridge between device data, asset management, and incident response processes, enabling customers to stay one step ahead of threats.”

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