EY improves e-services in Singapore and enters corporate alliance with CrowdStrike
EY is moving forward with plans to improve cyber risk management capabilities through specialized managed services in Singapore, supported by an enterprise-grade alliance with CrowdStrike.
By combining EY’s consulting and cyber services expertise with CrowdStrike’s expanding product portfolio, the partnership is centered on the desire to help clients better “identify, prevent and respond” to cyber threats in the city- State.
Synchronization is specifically focused on addressing cyber risk and threat management issues, in addition to providing incident response and threat intelligence offerings.
“Today, building cyber resilience requires organizations to go beyond detection and requires deep knowledge and visibility of these threats and risks for organizations to respond with precision,” said Steve Lam, Head of Cybersecurity in ASEAN at EY. “The EY-CrowdStrike alliance provides clients with actionable threat intelligence, industry-leading processes and methods, and detailed security solutions to address technical and business risks.
“We are working together to co-develop solutions that integrate our transformational consulting experience with the market-leading cybersecurity technology platform to help enterprises establish the innovative and proactive cybersecurity defenses that are so important in the cybersecurity threat landscape. ‘today.”
The move is also intended to capitalize on growing client challenges around ongoing cyber skills shortages and the rising cost of business operations – a challenge that EY is trying to address through specialist security services. .
“To address these concerns, we are continuously investing in our cyber management services to provide our customers with tailored next-generation security operations and response capabilities at competitive prices,” added Krishna Balakrishnan, Head of managed cybersecurity services around the world. and Asia-Pacific at EY.
“By combining our capabilities with Crowdstrike’s cloud-based Falcon platform, we are able to better meet our customers’ current and future incident detection and response recovery needs. The platform leverages advanced technologies to fully automate the detection and response to sophisticated cyber threats, which organizations can deploy at scale and with reduced manpower requirements.
The Falcon platform offers a cloud-based architecture designed to be “scalable and manageable” across a range of “devices, workloads and identities”, capturing approximately one trillion high-fidelity signals per day in time. real in the world.
“The agreement with EY Singapore is another step forward in what we see as a holistic approach, providing the cyber capabilities our customers need,” said Fabio Fratucello, CTO Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) at CrowdStrike.
“Working with industry-leading organizations provides an evolving range of expertise and tools to combat cyber threats. Where other cybersecurity vendors try to convince organizations that technology alone can protect their business, the reality is that technology paired with human expertise provides a more robust cybersecurity solution.