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In light of the recent SolarWinds Orion “SUNBURST” Supply Chain attack, there is a strong use case for deploying Google Chronicle to protect your network and organization against a similar attack.
The race to dominate the cloud computing market has been dominated by the big three which includes Google Chronicle and Microsoft’s Azure. With cloud services comes the need to secure ongoing data and transactions within the cloud. Google and Microsoft are both trying to dominate the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) niche, which is important to securing on-premise, cloud, and hybrid networks.
Alphabet’s announcement concerning the inclusion of big-data security into Chronicle led to a 5% drop in the value of Spunk’s shares and sparked a debate on which security information and event management (SIEM) tool supplies better options.
Google Chronicle is a next-gen cloud SIEM solution, built from Google search engine infrastructure. Chronicle is able to normalize, index, correlate, and analyze data against itself and against third-party information to provide instant analysis and context in record speeds.
Datashield has been working with leaders in malware detection and threat intelligence for years. As we launch our cloud-native Managed Detection and Response offering with Google Chronicle, we are also integrating with VirusTotal.