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Google Cloud and Cybereason join forces to drive XDR innovation

Google Cloud and Cybereason join forces to drive XDR innovation

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Cybereason, an operation-centric cyberattack protection solutions vendor and Google Cloud, have announced a collaboration between the two companies to create and bring to market unprecedented extended detection and response (XDR) – across endpoints, networks, cloud and workspaces – at record-setting speed.

Cybereason delivers comprehensive protection available and analyses more than 23 trillion security-related events per week. Google Cloud’s cybersecurity analytics platform Chronicle ingests, normalises, and analyses petabytes of data from the complete IT environment on planetary-scale infrastructure.

“Google Cloud’s ability to hunt through petabytes of data at the speed of search, combined with Cybereason’s revolutionary correlation capabilities and behaviour-based detections delivers unparalleled speed and accuracy in the prevention, detection, and response of advanced attacks,” said Lior Div, CEO and Co-Founder, Cybereason. “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.”

Cybereason has succeeded in protecting customers and experienced impressive growth over the last year, being recognised as a leading innovator by respected third-party organisations.

Thomas Kurian, CEO, Google Cloud, said: “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. 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.”

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