Simplify Onboarding & Ongoing Management for Google Chronicle SIEM

CardinalOps + Google Chronicle SIEM

Backed by detection engineering experts with nation-state expertise, the CardinalOps platform integrates easily with your Google Chronicle SIEM via the SIEM’s native API and Google BigQuery.

Leveraging specialized analytics, automation, and MITRE ATT&CK, our cloud-native platform continuously ensures you have the right detections in your Google Chronicle SIEM and they’re always working effectively.

Rapid onboarding

  • Understand what data sources you need to add curated detections from GCTI
  • Gain insights into what data is missing to implement custom detections
  • Migrate critical detections from other SIEMs (e.g., Splunk)
  • Map both curated and custom detections to MITRE ATT&CK

Interested in accelerating your migration to Google Chronicle SIEM?

Learn how the CardinalOps platform continuously assesses your Google Chronicle SIEM (or other SIEMs – Splunk, Microsoft Sentinel, IBM QRadar, etc.) — using MITRE ATT&CK as the benchmark — to identify security control configuration gaps from missing, broken, and noisy rules that leave your organization exposed.

Schedule a demo with one of our cybersecurity experts to see how the CardinalOps platform can streamline your Google Chronicle SIEM onboarding.

Continuously validate & improve detection coverage

  • Identify & remediate issues that lead to ineffective rules and blind spots
    • Telemetry health (missing fields, stale log sources, etc.)
    • Rule health (scheduling, reference sets, parsing, asset coverage, etc.)
    • Tune noisy rules
  • Pinpoint key coverage gaps based on your priorities (APTs, crown jewels, etc.)
  • Add new rules in native YARA-L from CardinalOps’ best practice repository
  • Benchmark your SIEM using the ATT&CK framework as it evolves over time

3rd Annual Report on the State of SIEM Detection Risk: Benchmark your SIEM’s MITRE ATT&CK detection coverage and rule health based on our analysis of real-world data from production SIEMs covering more than 4,000 detection rules, nearly one million log sources, and hundreds of unique log source types.