[SecurityWeek] CrowdStrike to Buy Zero Trust Data Encryption Firm SecureCircle

Zero trust is a conceptual destination, not an application. As with all destinations, there are different routes to it, and even different descriptions of it. CrowdStrike (NASDAQ: CRWD) believes it will complete its own zero trust destination on the endpoint by acquiring and integrating SecureCircle’s data encryption into its existing identity and access capabilities.

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