Gain centralized visibility and control
Understand the number of projects you have, what resources are deployed, and manage which service accounts have been added or removed.
Fix misconfigurations and compliance violations
Identify security misconfigurations and compliance violations in your Google Cloud assets and resolve them by following actionable recommendations.
Detect threats targeting your Google Cloud assets
Uncover threats targeting your resources using logs and powered by Google’s unique threat intelligence; use kernel-level instrumentation to identify potential compromises of containers.
Asset discovery and inventory
Discover and view your assets in near-real time across App Engine, BigQuery, Cloud SQL, Cloud Storage, Compute Engine, Cloud Identity and Access Management, Google Kubernetes Engine, and more. Review historical discovery scans to identify new, modified, or deleted assets.
Understand the security state of your Google Cloud assets. Uncover common web application vulnerabilities such as cross-site scripting or outdated libraries in your web applications running on App Engine, GKE, and Compute Engine. Quickly resolve misconfigurations by clicking directly on the impacted resource and following the prescribed steps on how to fix it.
Detect threats using logs running in Google Cloud at scale. Detect some of the most common container attacks, including suspicious binary, suspicious library, and reverse shell.
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Google Cloud Skills Boost: Security in Google Cloud
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|Continuous compliance monitoring||Review and export compliance reports to help ensure all your resources are meeting their compliance requirements with PCI-DSS compliance monitoring, CIS compliance monitoring, and more. Security Command Center's Security Health Analytics has been awarded CIS Security Software Certification for CIS Benchmarks: CIS Benchmark for Google Cloud Platform Foundation Benchmark, v1.0.0, Level 1 & 2.|
|Rest API and SIEM||Leverage the Security Command Center REST API for easy integration with your existing security systems and workflows. Export Security Command Center data to Splunk or other SIEMs for further analysis.|
|Access control monitoring||Native ability to surface the identity and access management policies for your cloud resources. Help ensure the appropriate access control policies are in place and get alerted when policies are misconfigured or unexpectedly change. Forseti, our open source security toolkit for Google Cloud, integrates with Security Command Center.|
|Sensitive data discovery||Find out which storage buckets contain sensitive and regulated data using the Cloud DLP API. Help prevent unintended exposure and ensure access is based on need-to-know. The Cloud DLP API integrates automatically with Security Command Center.|
|Real-time notifications and remediation||Receive notifications about new findings or updates to findings within minutes and take action. Quickly remediate security alerts by using Pub/Sub events and Cloud Functions. Receive Security Command Center alerts via Gmail, SMS, and Jira with Pub/Sub notification integration.|
|Audit logs||Integrate Cloud Audit Logs events for Compute Engine, Google Cloud networking, Cloud Storage, Cloud IAM, and Binary Authorization into Security Command Center to help meet regulatory requirements or provide an audit trail while investigating an incident.|