As a new independent business within the structure of the Alphabet, is devoted to “help companies to find and stop cyber attacks before they cause damage”.

Two years after being founded as a project inside X, the so-called factory of “moonshots” of Alphabet, Chronicle takes body as a company cybersecurity.

Chronicle just be presented as a “a new independent business within Alphabet dedicated to help companies to find and stop cyber attacks before they cause damage”.

As defined by Stephen Gillett, CEO, in a post published in Medium. In addition to Gillett, they are part of Chronicle of professionals like Mike Wiacek, Shapor Naghibzadeh, Bernardo Quintero, Carey Nachenberg and Will Robinson.

Its mission is to “multiply by 10 the speed and impact of the work of the safety equipment to make them is much easier, faster and more cost-effective capture and analysis of safety signals that were previously too difficult and costly to find”, says your maximum steering, that explains that “we are building our platform of intelligence and analysis to resolve this problem”.

So, Chronicle is divided, on the one hand, a platform of intelligence and analysis that will allow organizations to improve the understanding of your data security and, on the other hand, in the intelligence service malware VirusTotal. This second service was bought by Google in 2012 and should continue to operate as it has up until now.

From the Chronicle highlights that, despite the fact that will work as an independent firm, will be able to take advantage of the expertise in areas such as the cloud and the automatic learning of its parent company.