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Why Tribune Media Chose CrowdStrike

 

Watch now as Tribune Media’s former SVP and CIO David Giambruno explains why the entertainment giant chose CrowdStrike to protect the company and eliminate threats. Stopping breaches with the benefits of next-generation endpoint protection, real-time defenses, quick time-to-value, and fast, frictionless deployment all added up to make Falcon the right decision for Tribune Media. As David says about CrowdStrike Falcon®, “It’s not just a malware stopper, it’s a stopper – period.”

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Hello and welcome to this video. We are going to see how to prevent malware with Falcon Host. Falcon Host uses multiple methods to prevent and detect malware. Those methods include machine learning, exploit blocking, indicators of attack, and blacklisting. This unique and integrated combination allows Falcon Host to protect against known malware, unknown malware, and file-less malware. Let’s see how to configure some of those features.

In the Falcon Host user interface, we need to go to the prevention settings. You can configure prevention features in the respond app. Once in the app, make sure that you’re in prevention. Then, click on settings. Please note that you need admin privileges to configure the prevention features on the prevention app setting page. Also note that the configuration changes are almost immediate and it only takes a couple of seconds to be updated on the endpoints.

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