Moxfive, a cybersecurity and information technology advisory firm, has reached an agreement to provide CrowdStrike incident response services and the Falcon endpoint protection platform to its customers.
The partnership combines CrowdStrike's incident response services and technology with Moxfive's incident management platform, CrowdStrike VP of Professional Services Justin Weissert said. It helps Moxfive customers contain cyber threats, investigate secure incidents and restore their endpoint systems with speed and precision.
In addition, the partnership provides Moxfive customers with a turnkey solution to identify, manage and mitigate cyberattacks, CEO Mike Wager stated. That way, Moxfive customers can accelerate incident response and remediation.
A Closer Look at Moxfive
Moxfive takes a platform-based approach to incident management, the company noted. It has established partnerships with solution providers and software vendors that extend across several areas, including:
- Active Directory and server engineering
- Incident response
- Multifactor authentication
- Network segmentation
Also, Moxfive provides an incident management platform that emphasizes speed and efficiency, the company said. The platform is backed by technical advisors who help organizations establish and maintain incident response strategies.
Technical advisors work with an organization to define incidents and the best ways to respond to them, Moxfive indicated. They then develop a strategy to ensure an organization can manage its incident response efforts.
Moxfive does not currently offer a channel partner program. However, the company may look to establish a partner program for MSSPs and other technology providers in the future.
CrowdStrike vs. SentinelOne for MSSP Partnerships
CrowdStrike has been building relationships with key MSSPs.
For instance, Presidio, a Top 250 MSSP and Top 250 Public Cloud MSP, disclosed a CrowdStrike partnership in December 2021. As part of the move Presidio launched a Ransomware Mitigation Kit that leverages technologies from CrowdStrike and CloudEndure, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) company.