General Dynamics, CrowdStrike partner to increase customer access to threat intelligence

General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions has partnered with CrowdStrike to provide customers with access to shared threat intelligence that will further improve the prevention, detection, attribution and remediation of cyberattacks in real time.

CrowdStrike’s Intelligence Exchange will supplement the threat intelligence provided by General Dynamics and together, the two companies will be able to offer Fidelis XPS customers with a broader range of threat intelligence, General Dyanmics said in a release.

These customers will automatically receive detailed information from the CrowdStrike Intelligence Exhange that helps single out where threat actors are located, and then customers will be able to request detailed information about these actors including behavior patterns, type of information being targeted and affiliations with other attacks, the company said.

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