AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CrowdStrike (Nasdaq: CRWD), a leader in cloud endpoint, workload, identity and data protection, today announced CrowdStrike Falcon Pro for Mac won a fifth consecutive Approved Security Product award from leading independent testing organization AV-Comparatives, earning the highest Mac malware protection score in the 2022 AV-Comparatives Mac Security Test and Review.
Throughout the malware protection test, Falcon Pro achieved 100% protection against all Mac malware samples, with no failures in detecting macOS malware and threats that reflect the current threat landscape . Additionally, Falcon has accurately detected potentially unwanted applications for Mac, such as adware and bundled software, and demonstrated its ability to detect Windows malware on macOS. Although benign on macOS, Windows malware can use Mac systems to reach Windows machines, which has a disruptive impact on business operations. With its advanced machine learning capabilities, CrowdStrike has demonstrated the ability to correctly determine between malicious and clean applications while providing complete and accurate visibility.
CrowdStrike Falcon Pro for Mac uses a layered approach to protect endpoints against new and unknown malware and threats using both sensor-based and cloud-based machine learning capabilities combined with intelligence-based malware detection. The behaviour. Unlike traditional signature-based approaches, Falcon’s AI-powered engines instantly protect endpoints against the full spectrum of attacks from basic and zero-day malware, ransomware and exploits to the most advanced attacks. malware-free and file-free advances run by motivated threat actors. The CrowdStrike Falcon Platform take full advantage of the power of CrowdStrike Security Cloud to reduce costly false positives and maximize detection efficiency to stop breaches.
“The fact that CrowdStrike has achieved 100% protection against all malware samples on Mac speaks volumes,” said Michael Sentonas, Chief Technology Officer at CrowdStrike. “AV-Comparatives is a leading independent third-party testing organization and this achievement validates the power of the Falcon platform to successfully stop breaches and autonomously protect Mac endpoints through a single intelligent agent that uses a powerful machine learning and a behavior-based malware threat. detection.”
The AV-Comparatives test evaluated the effectiveness of 10 endpoint security products in detecting 471 recent and representative Mac malware samples collected in the first half of 2022. The test evaluated endpoint detection capabilities for a wide range of potentially unwanted applications for Mac, including adware and bundled software and the ability to detect Windows malware on macOS.
This recognition follows the CrowdStrike Falcon platform which achieved the maximum score of 18 points in the first macOS AV-TEST 2022 review for professional users.
CrowdStrike (Nasdaq: CRWD), a global leader in cybersecurity, has redefined modern security with one of the world’s most advanced cloud-native platforms to protect areas critical to enterprise risk: endpoints and cloud workloads , identity and data.
Powered by CrowdStrike Security Cloud and world-class AI, the CrowdStrike Falcon® platform leverages real-time attack indicators, threat intelligence, evolving adversary crafting, and enriched telemetry from all enterprise to deliver ultra-accurate detections, automated protection and remediation, elite threat hunting, and priority vulnerability observability.
Purpose-built in the cloud with a single lightweight agent architecture, the Falcon platform delivers rapid and scalable deployment, superior protection and performance, reduced complexity, and immediate return on investment.
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