GoSecure Pegs CrowdStrike in West Texas

May 17, 2024

Cybersecurity firm GoSecure, Inc. has sued CrowdStrike (1:24-cv-00526) in the Western District of Texas, alleging infringement of two patents generally related to using identifying unauthorized activities on a computer system attached to a computer network. The plaintiff targets the provision of CrowdStrike’s endpoint security software, including its various Falcon-series products. Outlined in the complaint are purported past interactions between GoSecure and the CrowdStrike founders, with knowledge of the asserted patents alleged to reach back to their respective dates of issuance in August 2015 and April 2018.

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