Chronicle, the latest graduate of Alphabet’s experimental X unit, scours data to detect cyberattacks.

ASTRO TELLER, LEADER OF ALPHABET’S SECRETIVE moonshot factory, X, focuses on solving the planet’s biggest problems. And there’s a big one that every 21st-century business grapples with every day: hackers who relentlessly try to infiltrate computer networks and steal sensitive information.

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