September 30, 2023

CrowdStrike a leader in cloud delivered endpoint and workload protection, has been selected by the Center for Internet Security (CIS) as its premier partner for endpoint security. The new fully managed CIS Endpoint Security Services (ESS) solution, powered by CrowdStrike,

CrowdStrike brings direct deployment onto endpoint devices with the cloud native,intelligent single agent of the CrowdStrike Falcon platform, offering a full suite of solutions to protect CIS managed endpoints, including next-generation antivirus, endpoint detection and response, asset and software inventory, USB device monitoring, user account monitoring and host based firewall management.


Previously, CrowdStrike was chosen to protect the CIS’s (EI-ISAC®), and this new solution expands on the existing partnership providing a new, fully managed 24/7/365 next generation cybersecurity offering

Organizations who purchase ESS to protect their devices will be receiving the combined benefit of CrowdStrike’s superior endpoint protection technology and the CIS Security Operations Center’s world-class expertise to help defend against sophisticated cyber threats at the device level.

As the leader in endpoint security, we are thrilled to expand upon our partnership with CIS’s new ESS solution, marrying their fully managed 24/7/365 services with our industry leading endpoint and workload protection capabilities to provide state, local, tribal and territorial governments the cyber protection they need.

CrowdStrike Statement

This new joint MSSP offering serves as another key milestone in CrowdStrike’s continued efforts to protect the public sector. Recent initiatives include partnering with CISA on the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC).


Earlier this year, CrowdStrike announced availability of its FedRAMP-authorized Falcon Forensics solution to accelerate response time and remediation of security incidents. CrowdStrike also announced the availability of its FedRAMP-authorized Falcon Complete for GovCloud, a MDR offering for the public sector.

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