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Beaconing Malware: How CISOs Can Catch it With Threat Analytics in Just a Few Clicks

Are you checking your network for beacon activity? If you aren’t you are risking your business’ reputation and customer data.

Beaconing is the practice of sending short and regular communications from an infected host to an attacker-controlled Command and Control server, compromising internal information.

These threats often go undetected but with Google’s Backstory you can store and continuously analyze petabytes of security telemetry. It ingests a large amount of telemetry data in just a few clicks, normalizes it, indexes it, correlates it with known threats, and makes it available for analysis. 

This unmatched speed combined with UI responsiveness translates incident investigations and threat exploration into tasks that analysts can complete in seconds instead of hours.

Watch this four-minute video to find out how to focus on investigations to fight Malware Beaconing.

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