Google Cloud Security helps in various organizations
let’s see how Google Cloud provides capabilities across the different layers of security: Google Cloud Security helps various organizations
Infrastructure security : which encompasses security across the entire information processing life cycle, including hardware infrastructure, service deployment, storage services, user identity, internet communications, and operational and device security.
Network security : Providers work to ensure that traffic is secure and encrypted, and that communication with other services on the public internet is secure. They also provide strong baseline protection against network attacks.
Application security : When developing a cloud-based application or API, you are responsible for application security, including scanning and testing.
Software Supply Chain Security : To establish the provenance or origin trail of your code, software requires establishing, verifying, and maintaining a chain of trust through attestations generated and checked throughout your software development and deployment process.
Data Security : While you are in charge of your apps’ data security, the cloud provider provides some capabilities that are built into the infrastructure, such as data encryption at rest and in transit.
Identity and access management : It also offers two-step verification and SSO connectivity with third-party identity providers like Okata, Ping, ADFS, or Azure AD. It saves and manages digital identities for cloud purposes.
Governance, risk and compliance : Understanding security risk, creating and implementing policy, proving compliance by earning certifications, and maintaining a strong security posture are all included.
That was an overview of Google Cloud Security Services. Check out the whitepaper for a more in-depth look at the security.