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Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is CrowdStrike?

22 Sep 2020

Techday's 10 Minute IT Jams provide sharp, to-the-point insights into emerging and established technology companies that operate in the Asia-Pacific region.

CrowdStrike is a cybersecurity company specialising in cloud endpoint protection - with the ultimate aim of stopping breaches. Founded in 2011, it is headquartered in California and has almost 2,000 employees worldwide.

Today, Techday speaks to CrowdStrike ANZ channel director Luke Francis about the company's key products and offerings, its upcoming annual security conference, and the infrastructure it leverages in the A/NZ region.

Watch the video below.

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