Google revamps its Cloud Security measures

Google LLC has made an official announcement at the RSA Conference that it is going to facelift its Cloud Security capabilities of its consumers to protect their data, irrespective of the place where it resides. Thus, with the announcement the web search giant has hinted that it is going to technically revamp its Chronicle Security Platform and the reCAPTCHA Enterprise and Web Risk API Tools.

As enterprises are embracing cloud for their application and data storage needs, they are opting for only those services which offer sophistication indulged modern architecture to integrate their critical business systems- both on-premise and on the cloud.

Google wants all its customers who are in their digital transformations to feel safe and secure by offering threat detection and timeline capabilities in Google Cloud’s Chronicle Security Analytics Platform which is also helpful to detect fraud prevention on time.

BTW, Chronicle was started as a business unit of Alphabet Inc, the parent company of Google. And later it was incepted into Google Cloud as a sole proprietary. The highlight of this service is that it offers a product named ‘Backstory’ which is designed to detect any malevolent activity in its consumer’s usage infrastructure. And adding to its capability now is the addition of YARA-L which is a coded language well capable of detecting threats and behavior in an automated way.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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