MSSP Security Analytics: Telefónica ElevenPaths Embraces Google Chronicle
ElevenPaths, an MSSP and Telefónica cybersecurity company, has embraced Google’s Chronicle platform for security analytics across Europe and Latin America. ElevenPaths also plans to build new Chronicle-based offerings and release them later this year, according to a prepared statement.
With Chronicle, ElevenPaths can help organizations identify cyber threats and troubleshoot security alerts, the company stated. Chronicle also enables ElevenPaths to leverage security telemetry to accelerate incident investigation and response.
Chronicle uses signals from security telemetry to identify cyber threats and is supported by a threat research team that leverages various security tools and technologies and threat intelligence to detect emerging threats. In addition, Chronicle in June was absorbed by Google Cloud, which continues to explore ways to enhance the platform.
Google Cloud in February announced intelligent data fusion for Chronicle at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, California. It also integrated YARA-L, a rules language built for modern cyber threats and behaviors, into Chronicle.
Palo Alto Networks, BlackBerry Cylance Announce Chronicle Integrations
Multiple MSSP and technology companies now back Chronicle. For instance:
- Palo Alto Networks in February 2020 integrated Chronicle into its Cortex XSOAR security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) platform. Palo Alto Networks is using Chronicle to bolster Cortex XSOAR’s threat response capabilities, according to the company.
- BlackBerry Cylance in 2019 integrated CylancePROTECT and CylanceOPTICS with Chronicle. In doing so, BlackBerry Cylance has connected its endpoint protection, threat detection, prevention and response solutions to Chronicle, the company stated.
- Herjavec Group, a perennial Top 200 MSSP, added Chronicle Backstory and VirusTotal security intelligence products to its portfolio in 2019.