Context-aware features moving to paid license

Some context-aware features in Google Cloud, including the use of device policies to make access decisions, are now included in our BeyondCorp Enterprise product offering.

These features will continue to be available for Access Context Manager free of charge for your organization without a paid license until April 30, 2021. If you choose to adopt the paid BeyondCorp Enterprise license, you will receive new features and capabilities in addition to the existing policies. If you choose not to adopt the new license, existing access policies using device information will be disabled.

If you are looking for more information, complete this form to have a member of our team follow-up with you.

If you have any questions or require assistance, contact Cloud Billing Support.

Frequently asked questions

  • Why are some of these features changing from free to paid?

    As we develop new security and access capabilities for our customers, we are re-packaging our services as part of new offerings. Advanced access rules and features, which customers may have known as Context-Aware Access, are included in our BeyondCorp Enterprise product, which has been introduced as a new paid license.

  • Which other new capabilities are offered as part of BeyondCorp Enterprise?

    We are excited to introduce many new capabilities that have been frequently requested by customers, including support for non-Google Cloud deployments, integrated threat and data protection built into the browser, and protection of the Google Cloud console and Google Cloud APIs.

  • Are there other features besides device policies that have moved to the paid service?

    Yes, the following features with Identity-Aware Proxy (IAP) or VPC Service Controls have moved to BeyondCorp Enterprise: device attributes used in access levels; proxy to non-Google Cloud resources; and IAP customization.

  • How much will I be charged for the new product?

    See the BeyondCorp Enterprise pricing page for full details or contact your account team for more details.

  • What will happen if I don't take action?

    If you do not take action, your existing access policies using device information will be disabled after April 30, 2021.