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May 12, 2020
Security Command Center Premium and Standard tiers are now available.
The Security Command Center Premium tier includes:
- Security Health Analytics
- Web Security Scanner managed scans
- Event Threat Detection
- Container Threat Detection
Learn more about the Security Command Center Premium tier.
The Event Threat Detection API will be deprecated in the coming months. Similar functionality is available in the Security Command Center API settings feature.
Container Threat Detection currently supports the following Kubernetes Engine versions on the Regular and Rapid channels:
- >= 1.15.9-gke.12
- >= 1.16.5-gke.2
- >= 1.17
In a future update, Container Threat Detection will support version 1.14 and the Stable channel.
April 10, 2020
Security Health Analytics is now in general availability.
March 23, 2020
The Notifications API is now in general availability. Get started with the notifications API.
eventType field was removed from
organizations.notificationConfigs.create in the v1 API. Learn more about creating a
February 14, 2020
Security Command Center roles inherit Web Security Scanner roles as follows:
securitycenter.adminViewerrole inherits the permissions of the
securitycenter.adminEditorrole inherits the permissions of the
For information about how to view all of the permissions that are associated with a role, see the Cloud IAM documentation about Getting the role metadata.
February 13, 2020
The notifications API is now in beta:
- Send new findings and updated findings notifications to a Pub/Sub topic.
- Filter notifications by provider source, finding type, category or any other finding fields, properties or security marks.
Security Command Center tools will become obsolete in future Security Command Center releases, when their functionalities are added as built-in features. Support is offered on best-effort basis only for all Security Command Center tools.
November 11, 2019
Cloud SCC now supports full JSON with arrays and JSON objects as potential property types. This includes support for sorting on JSON object sub-fields, and filtering on:
- Array elements
- Full JSON objects with partial string match
- JSON object sub-fields
Learn more about Filtering and sorting findings.
October 14, 2019
Security Health Analytics is now in beta and can now be enabled in the Sources Management page of Cloud SCC.
A new Vulnerabilities tab in Cloud SCC displays a dashboard that summarizes Security Health Analytics findings. This dashboard includes information about CIS benchmarks and recommended remediations.
Security Health Analytics no longer requires separate service account setup or permissions. Instead, it uses the Cloud SCC service account that's created for you during signup.
August 20, 2019
The following Security Health Analytics finding type names have changed:
|Old Name||New Name|
May 10, 2019
Using VPC Service Controls currently blocks Cloud SCC asset discovery inside VPC Service perimeters for the following asset types:
- Compute Engine
- VPN Tunnels
- Cloud Storage Buckets
- GKE Clusters
This is expected to be fixed in a future release.
For information about troubleshooting access issues, see VPC Service Controls Troubleshooting. To work around the access to these assets, see Granting access from the internet with access levels.
April 10, 2019
Cloud SCC is now in general availability (GA). These release notes include updated items from beta and new items for GA.
GroupFindingsResponse now includes
gcloud command-line tool support for Cloud SCC is now available.
There are now client libraries available for C#, Go, Java, Node.JS, PHP, Python, and Ruby.
Previously only active state findings were shown in the UI. You can now also choose to show inactive state findings.
GroupFindings now supports comparison between two points in time. For more information, see the
Assets now include Cloud IAM information for organizations, projects, Compute Engine, Cloud Storage, and others where applicable. Cloud IAM Policy information can be searched, filtered, and joined with all other Asset information and Security Marks.
Native integration with Security Health Analytics for native managed vulnerability scanning.
Native integration with Event Threat Detection for log-based threat detection.
Native integrations with Phishing Protection.
The Cloud SCC dashboard now enables you to select whether just active state findings are displayed or both active and inactive.
The Cloud SCC dashboard now enables you to set active or inactive state for each finding.
The Cloud SCC dashboard now enables you to perform a time-diff query for a fixed set of time periods.
You can now export Cloud SCC data as filtered Asset or Findings data to the Cloud Storage bucket and project you select.
Hello World example app is expanded to include Cloud Functions functions for: removing bucket ACLs, deleting firewall rules, and creating a VM snapshot.
New example apps are available for:
- Integrations with Access Transparency Logs, Audit Logging, and Binary Authorization.
- Connecting to Splunk.
For more information, see Installing Cloud SCC tools.
Additional security partner integrations through [Marketplace](https://console.cloud.google.com/marketplace/details/google-cloud-platform/cloud-security-command-center.
Sorting on Asset ID column on the asset page doesn't work as expected.
Sorting on the following findings page columns doesn't work as expected:
Sorting isn't supported for source properties and security marks on the findings changed page.
After you've created a new asset, the new asset won't appear in Cloud SCC until it's re-scanned. To see current asset state before the daily re-scan, trigger an on-demand re-scan and then wait at least 5 minutes to see the new asset appear in Cloud SCC.
After you've made a Cloud IAM policy change on an asset, the updated policy won't appear in Cloud SCC until it's re-scanned. To see current Cloud IAM policy before the daily re-scan, trigger an on-demand re-scan and then wait at least 10 minutes to see the updated Cloud IAM policies in Cloud SCC.
Code examples are still in progress for C#, Node.js, PHP, and Ruby.