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CrowdStrike and HPE Bridge the AI Security Gap

By Greg Tavarez

Artificial intelligence has transformed industries, and still very much is. AI automates repetitive tasks on factory floors. AI-powered tools are capable of assisting doctors in diagnosing diseases. AI personalizes the shopping experience. These are but a few examples.

There are concerns about security, though. Enterprises need to be confident their AI initiatives are protected from cyberattacks, not only to safeguard sensitive data but also to ensure the integrity of the AI models themselves. 

CrowdStrike and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced a strategic partnership that focuses on securing the entire AI development and deployment lifecycle, from LLMs to AI workloads running on the edge, data center and cloud environments.

This partnership hinges on the integration of CrowdStrike's Falcon platform, a cloud-native cybersecurity solution, with HPE's GreenLake cloud platform and OpsRamp, its AI-powered IT operations management suite. This creates a unified environment where security and IT operations work together.

The key lies in combining the strengths of both solutions. Falcon's asset intelligence provides a clear picture of an organization's attack surface, while OpsRamp's AI-driven observability offers a unified view of applications and infrastructure. This combined view allows organizations to identify and eliminate vulnerabilities within the AI pipeline.

“Our partnership with HPE combines powerful enterprise computing with the industry’s premier security platform to accelerate secure end-to-end AI and ML adoption,” said George Kurtz, CEO and founder of CrowdStrike.

OpsRamp further streamlines operations by enabling automation and comprehensive management of NVIDIA-accelerated AI workloads from a single console. Its "operations copilot," a generative AI-powered conversational assistant, better prepares teams to rapidly detect and address issues.

CrowdStrike also gains access to HPE GreenLake cloud, which allows it to safeguard AI workloads and LLMs specifically running on NVIDIA AI Enterprise by HPE. This co-developed suite of AI solutions offers pre-configured integrations that accelerate the adoption of generative AI across various environments.

Though, the standout offering from this collaboration is HPE Private Cloud AI. The solution boasts the deepest integration yet between NVIDIA's AI computing, networking and software with HPE's AI storage, compute capabilities and the GreenLake cloud platform. This pre-configured environment provides a secure and optimized foundation for organizations to develop and deploy AI applications with confidence.

 “Security is crucial for AI applications and the data they access,” said Fidelma Russo, EVP/GM Hybrid Cloud and Chief Technology Officer at HPE. “Our strategic collaboration with CrowdStrike, combined with our OpsRamp observability, offers complete endpoint security to protect your AI applications running on HPE Private Cloud AI.”

CrowdStrike and HPE address a critical need in the AI landscape – security that fosters trust in AI. If you want to learn more about partnerships like the one between CrowdStrike and HPE or learn about security around the AI space, attend Generative AI Expo 2025, taking place February 11-13, 2025, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Edited by Alex Passett
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