Securing Our Future
We are committed to protecting our customers, advancing causes that are important to our people and supporting communities across the globe.
We established the CrowdStrike Foundation in 2017 to help develop the next generation of talent and resources in cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence (AI) across the globe. We’re committed to protecting local and global communities by investing in programs that keep our industry secure, advance important causes and nurture the next generation of talent. The CrowdStrike Foundation funds a variety of programs.
- NextGen Scholarship Program
for undergraduate and graduate students studying cybersecurity and/or AI.
- Pro bono security software
protection for nonprofit/nongovernmental organizations.
In addition to the CrowdStrike Foundation, our teams are dedicated to advancing causes that are important to our people and supporting communities across the globe.
- Partnering with organizations
like the Thurgood Marshall College Fund to provide scholarships and financial assistance to students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
- Investment in strategic partnerships and memberships
to support the development and advancement of women and underrepresented groups, such as Catalyst, Society for Women Engineers, Women in Cybersecurity, Black Girls Code, and Arkwright Scholars, and more.
- Paid time off for the CrowdStrike Gives Back community outreach program
to support local communities through philanthropy, volunteering, and other activities.
"We’re unified around one mission—to stop breaches—but it’s bigger than that. It’s about shining a light on causes and issues that matter to our people, whether it’s giving back to our communities or providing opportunities for people to build a career they’re proud of in an industry we believe can make a real difference in the world. "
Amol Kulkarni, Chief Product & Engineering Officer
"By working around the clock to protect our customers, governments and organizations around the globe, our goal is to not only make the digital world safer, but to do our part for greater equity and sustainability as well."
Cathleen Anderson, General Counsel