Access Transparency captures near
real-time logs of manual, targeted accesses by Google
administrators, and serves them to customers via their Cloud
Assured Workloads: Assured Workloads
provides functionality to create security controls that are
enforced on your cloud environment. These security controls can
assist with your compliance requirements (for example, FedRAMP
Binary Authorization helps customers
ensure that only signed and explicitly-authorized workload
artifacts are deployed to their production environments. It
offers tools for customers to formalize and codify secure supply
chain policies for their organizations.
Certificate Authority Service:
Certificate Authority Service is a cloud-hosted certificate
issuance service that lets customers issue and manage
certificates for their cloud or on-premises workloads.
Certificate Authority Service can be used to create certificate
authorities using Cloud KMS keys to issue, revoke, and renew
subordinate and end-entity certificates.
Certificate Manager: Certificate Manager provides a
central place for customers to control where certificates are
used and how to obtain certificates, and to see the state of the
Cloud Asset Inventory is an inventory of
cloud assets with history. It enables users to export cloud
resource metadata at a given timestamp or cloud resource
metadata history within a time window.
Cloud Data Loss Prevention: Cloud Data
Loss Prevention is a fully-managed service designed to help you
discover, classify, and protect your most sensitive data. You
can inspect, mask, and de-identify sensitive data like
personally identifiable information (PII).
Cloud External Key Manager (Cloud EKM):
Cloud EKM lets you encrypt data in Google Cloud Platform with
encryption keys that are stored and managed in a third-party key
management system deployed outside Google's infrastructure.
Cloud HSM: Cloud HSM (Hardware Security
Module) is a cloud-hosted key management service that lets you
protect encryption keys and perform cryptographic operations
within a managed HSM service. You can generate, use, rotate, and
destroy various symmetric and asymmetric keys.
Cloud Key Management Service: Cloud Key
Management Service is a cloud-hosted key management service that
lets you manage cryptographic keys for your cloud services the
same way you do on premises. You can generate, use, rotate, and
destroy AES256, RSA 2048, RSA 3072, RSA 4096, EC P256, and EC
P384 cryptographic keys.
Event Threat Detection helps detect
threats in log data. Threat findings are written to Security
Command Center and optionally to Cloud Logging.
Key Access Justifications (KAJ): KAJ provides
a justification for every request sent through Cloud EKM for an
encryption key that permits data to change state from at-rest to
Risk Manager allows customers to scan
their cloud environments and generate reports around their
compliance with industry-standard security best practices,
including CIS benchmarks. Customers then have the ability to
share these reports with insurance providers and brokers.
Security Command Center: Security Command
Center is Google Cloud’s centralized vulnerability and threat
reporting service. Security Command Center provides asset
inventory and discovery and allows you to identify
misconfigurations, vulnerabilities and threats, helping you to
mitigate and remediate risks.
VPC Service Controls: VPC Service Controls
provide administrators the ability to configure security
perimeters around resources of API based cloud services (such as
Cloud Storage, BigQuery, Bigtable) and limit access to
authorized VPC networks, thereby mitigating data exfiltration
Secret Manager: Secret Manager provides a
secure and convenient method for storing API keys, passwords,
certificates, and other sensitive data.
Web Security Scanner is a web application
security scanner that enables developers to easily check for a
subset of common web application vulnerabilities in websites
built on App Engine and Compute Engine.