'Partners are leaving Symantec and joining us' - CrowdStrike CEO

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'Partners are leaving Symantec and joining us' - CrowdStrike CEO

George Kurtz takes aim at cybersecurity stalwart again as revenue soars

CrowdStrike's CEO has taken another shot at competitor Symantec after revealing huge growth in Q1. The next-gen security firm's revenue rose 185 per cent year on year to $178.1m, in the quarter ending...

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