5 New Google Cloud Security Features To Check Out
Google Cloud announced an array of new capabilities, including in threat detection and attack simulation, in connection with its annual Security Summit.
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Google Cloud is looking to keep up the momentum on advancing its cybersecurity offerings with the debut of a handful of new capabilities, announced Tuesday in connection with its annual Security Summit. The announcements build on Google Cloud’s unveiling in April of a new generative AI platform, Security AI Workbench, that leverages a security-specific large language model (LLM) from Google, Sec-PaLM. “The way we’ve approached AI — in particular inside security —is to not look at it as a chatbot that is overlaid on our products,” said Sunil Potti, vice president and general manager for Google Cloud’s security business, during a briefing with reporters. “The core thing we’re trying to do is to infuse AI into every workflow in our security tooling, so that we can get that power of generative AI to be a force multiplier across all things security.”
The new security features announced Tuesday by Google Cloud include the introduction of new threat detection, investigation and response (TDIR) capabilities within the company’s Chronicle Security Operations platform; attack path simulation in the company’s Security Command Center; a Secure Web Proxy service; and other new capabilities.
What follows are five new Google Cloud security features to know about.