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CRWD Jul 2024 130.000 call

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261.200.00 (0.00%)
At close: 10:03AM EDT
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Previous close261.20
Open261.20
Bid217.50
Ask221.10
Strike130.00
Expiry date2024-07-19
Day's range261.20 - 261.20
Contract rangeN/A
Volume1
Open interest1
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    CrowdStrike outage pushing hospitals to rethink their software

    Global internet outages connected to a CrowdStrike (CRWD) software update has raised alarm bells around IT and cybersecurity access worldwide. These outages led to disruptions in banking institutions, airline carriers, and even hospital services and 9-1-1 systems according to a report from Morningstar. Michigan Medicine CEO Dr. Marschall Runge joins Asking For A Trend to give insight into the impact of the CrowdStrike incident on his medical center and the healthcare sector at large today, including access to online medical records: "It's a challenging issue. We're totally dependent on, software and a software like CrowdStrike, it's ironic, a software we have in place to prevent cyber attacks resulted in knocking out a lot of our systems because of that upgrade... So it has caused us to think about our strategy. And, for example, we will after this incident is over and we've recovered from it, we'll be looking to see [if] are there areas like CrowdStrike that are software that is used very, very broadly because although this wasn't a cyberattack, one can imagine that that might be a target for a cyberattack, and we fortunately have learned a lot as we have prepared for a cyberattack." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Asking For A Trend This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino Yahoo Finance extensively covered the CrowdStrike incident throughout the course of the day: Explainer: How CrowdStrike knocked the world offline Global tech outage: Microsoft VP explains what went wrong CrowdStrike update leads to global outage: Industries affected Understanding the CrowdStrike outages, errors in IT space CrowdStrike outage fallout: Which industries had it the worst CrowdStrike shares fall more than 13% as global IT outage grounds flights, cuts off 911 access CrowdStrike 'too critical a tool' to cast off after outages CrowdStrike still reputable, blowback will be short: Expert IT outage opens questions about consolidation in tech: Analyst Global tech outage disrupts businesses, flights

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    CrowdStrike outage fallout: Which industries had it the worst

    The CrowdStrike (CRWD) outages did more than just sink the cybersecurity provider's stock on Friday; a CrowdStrike update to Microsoft Windows (MSFT) systems led to worldwide tech outages and massive headaches for banks, airlines, and even emergency services. Market Domination host Julie Hyman details the pain points felt by these industries over the course of the day. Notably, Delta Air Lines (DAL) reported a whopping 777 cancelled flights globally. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Asking for a Trend. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan. Yahoo Finance extensively covered the CrowdStrike incident throughout the course of the day: Explainer: How CrowdStrike knocked the world offline Global tech outage: Microsoft VP explains what went wrong CrowdStrike update leads to global outage: Industries affected Understanding the CrowdStrike outages, errors in IT space CrowdStrike shares fall more than 13% as global IT outage grounds flights, cuts off 911 access CrowdStrike 'too critical a tool' to cast off after outages CrowdStrike still reputable, blowback will be short: Expert IT outage opens questions about consolidation in tech: Analyst Global tech outage disrupts businesses, flights

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    Understanding the CrowdStrike outages, errors in IT space

    The global internet outages tied to a recent software update from CrowdStrike (CRWD) has raised alarm bells across industries worldwide, leading to large-scale disruptions for banking services, airline operators, and emergency medical providers. Kaseya CEO Fred Voccola joins Market Domination to give insight into the incident with CrowdStrike and the scale of its disruption to industries worldwide. These events may cause businesses to reflect on their reliance on CrowdStrike, which some analysts have pointed to as being either "too critical" to give up or a turning point in how businesses view the consolidation of tech services to a select few. "I do think it's going to raise a call for a little more awareness, a little more governance about how companies like Kaseya and CrowdStrike operate. I mean, the impact that companies like CrowdStrike and Kaseya have, the net impact is incredibly positive," the IT and cybersecurity chief executive states. "Without people like Kaseya, CrowdStrike, these systems wouldn't be available because they'd be ransomed and they'd be hacked and there'd be a lot worse things happening." Voccola follows that sentiment up by underlining this point: "But there is always the risk of mistakes. Human beings do it. So I think this is something that the entire industry. CrowdStrike, Kaseya, Microsoft (MSFT), all of us, we need to look at and make sure that we're on top of and doubling down on the efforts to avoid any element of a human error." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino Yahoo Finance extensively covered the CrowdStrike incident throughout the course of the day: Explainer: How CrowdStrike knocked the world offline Global tech outage: Microsoft VP explains what went wrong CrowdStrike update leads to global outage: Industries affected CrowdStrike shares fall more than 13% as global IT outage grounds flights, cuts off 911 access CrowdStrike 'too critical a tool' to cast off after outages CrowdStrike still reputable, blowback will be short: Expert IT outage opens questions about consolidation in tech: Analyst Global tech outage disrupts businesses, flights