Chronicle is a cloud service, built as a specialized layer on top of core Google infrastructure, designed for enterprises to privately retain, analyze, and search the massive amounts of security and network telemetry they generate. Chronicle normalizes, indexes, correlates, and analyzes the data to provide instant analysis and context on risky activity.



Retain endpoint data 10x longer and link it to broader enterprise signals, for better detection and analysis.



Current SIEM

Store and analyze high volume data that isn’t retained today, for better investigation, hunting, and detection.



Outdated SIEM

Migrate over time from your legacy SIEM to a modern, cloud-native analytics platform.

Security Data Challenges

Can’t Scale

Security tools are not built for petabyte scale and long term retention.

Too Expensive

Ingestion based pricing forces customers to limit what is collected and retained.

Missed threats

Incomplete data, teams unable to see relationships between malicious indicators and events across time.

Chronicle ‘s Resolution


Operate at Google scale and speed.

Fixed Cost

Fixed cost ingestion that extends to high volume/ value sources like EDR, XDR, proxy, Cloud, DNS and more.

Clear Signals

Curation, enrichment, and syntax.

  • Cristina Pitarch, Director of EMEA Sales, Google Cloud Chronicle.

    ‘’We are excited to be working in partnership with KHIPU Networks to deliver best of breed cybersecurity solutions to the UK market. KHIPU Networks pride themselves on working closely with their customers to understand their environments and challenges and we are delighted they have chosen Google Cloud Chronicle as a key competent to their security offerings"

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