The threats and technology environments around us have changed radically. Security professionals lament that they must manage threats that originated in the 1980s, which means that old threats never leave; new threats simply pile on. It is clear that the environments an organization must secure and monitor have also dramatically expanded. Much of this change is additive – in addition to mainframes and Windows servers, there are cloud platforms, mobile, and SaaS.
As a result, there is more of everything – both threats and assets – to protect. As such, the tools that help detect threats, enable incident responders, and perform security monitoring must change as well. Chronicle, a global security telemetry platform designed to help those same analysts understand threats that exist in their own corporate networks. With Chronicle, analysts can hunt for threats and investigate petabytes of their own data to get answers in milliseconds. And all that without paying for data volumes.