Google Cloud and Cybereason team up to fight cyberattacks
As the IT landscape has evolved, securing hybrid and cloud environments has become a more complex and challenging process.
To improve Extended Detection and Response (XDR) across endpoints, networks, cloud and workspaces, operation-centric cyber attack protection specialist Cybereason, and Google Cloud have today announced a collaboration.
The result is a cloud-native XDR solution, Cybereason XDR powered by Chronicle, that automates prevention for common attacks, guides analysts through security operations and incident response, and enables threat hunting with precision and speed.
"Google Cloud's ability to hunt through petabytes of data at the speed of search, combined with Cybereason's revolutionary correlation capabilities and behavior-based detections delivers unparalleled speed and accuracy in the prevention, detection, and response of advanced attacks," says Cybereason's CEO and co-founder Lior Div. "We founded Cybereason with a mission to reverse the attacker's advantage and return the high ground to the defender, and we are excited to have Google Cloud partner with us in furthering the success of this mission."
Using its patented Malicious Operations (MalOps) engine, Cybereason uncovers the full attack story across every device, user identity, application and cloud deployment. At the same time Google Cloud's cybersecurity analytics platform Chronicle ingests, normalizes, and analyzes petabytes of data from the complete IT environment.
"Google Cloud is dedicated to delivering the industry's most trusted cloud to accelerate customers' digital transformation efforts with security products that meet them wherever they are. Cybereason continues to disrupt the market and deliver on their vision for a future-ready extended detection and response defense platform," says Thomas Kurian, CEO of Google Cloud. "We're excited to partner with Cybereason to help customers quickly secure their hybrid and cloud environments with the combined capabilities of Google Cloud and Cybereason's XDR services."
You can find out more on the Cybereason site.
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