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CrowdStrike expands Zero Trust support to macOS and Linux for cross-platform protection

CrowdStrike expands Zero Trust support to macOS and Linux for cross-platform protection

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CrowdStrike  Holdings, a leader in cloud-delivered protection of endpoints, cloud workloads, identity and data, has announced the availability of  CrowdStrike Falcon Zero Trust Assessment (ZTA) support for macOS and Linux platforms, extending comprehensive protection with an identity and data-centric approach across all platforms.  

Additionally, CrowdStrike announced new Zero Trust partner integrations with Airgap, Appgate, CyberArk, TruU and Twingate, all of whom will leverage CrowdStrike Falcon ZTA to help joint customers reduce their attack surface and simplify, empower and accelerate their Zero Trust journey. These partner integrations expand the CrowdStrike Zero Trust partner ecosystem which includes Akamai, Cloudflare, Google Cloud, Netskope, Okta and Zscaler. 

CrowdStrike Falcon ZTA expands Zero Trust beyond authentication to enable detection, alerting and enforcement of risk-based access policies driven by device health and compliance checks. With the new support of macOS and Linux, CrowdStrike Falcon ZTA provides visibility into all endpoints running across all operating platforms in an organisation. CrowdStrike Falcon ZTA monitors over 120 unique endpoint settings – including sensor health, applied CrowdStrike policies and native operating system (OS) security settings – to deliver key partners a risk score that uniquely leverages this context to build powerful and granular security policies. Customers receive actionable reports via the CrowdStrike Falcon console and APIs to ensure that the highest degree of device security is enforced. 

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