Cloud-native security for endpoints

Chrome OS and Chrome Browser are built for security. Help protect users against threats and deliver trusted apps to employees — backed by the power of Chrome Enterprise.

Cloud native security for endpoints

Protection against current threats

Chrome devices proactively protect against threats prevalent on legacy systems.

Protection from ramsomware


Chrome OS is designed as a read-only operating system, and with primary file storage happening in the cloud, Chrome devices become inhospitable for bad actors.

Prevention features:

  • Low on-device footprint
  • Read-only operating system
  • Verified boot confirms the system is unmodified at boot up

Secure by design

Experience built-in security with Chrome devices and Chrome Browser. Help protect end users from harmful attacks and mitigate the impact if one prevails.

Multi-layered approach to security

Multi-layered defenses

Chromebooks take a multi-layered approach to security, helping to ensure that data, apps, browser, OS, and firmware are protected.

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Security at a glance

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Device security with Chrome OS

Learn how Chrome OS helps protect your employees and data from security breaches.

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Enterprise security with Chrome Browser

Learn how Chrome Browser helps protect your users from malware and phishing attacks.

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Easier control with Chrome Enterprise

Learn how Chrome Enterprise Upgrade simplifies your IT management with granular controls.

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Distribute apps with managed Google Play

Learn how managed Google Play can help your IT distribute approved applications throughout your organization.

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Trusted by leading businesses

Our customers are trusting us with the security of their business, so if our business isn’t secure then their business won’t be. Duo uses Chrome OS and Chromebooks because they’re the most secure platform.

— Josh Yavor, Director of Corporate Security, Duo Security

It’s time to rethink your endpoint computing strategy