Google has released a set of plug-and-play interfaces for Okta, BlackBerry, Samsung, and Splunk, to safeguard user access to the Chrome OS and browser.
The new connections will provide businesses with enhanced data controls in Chrome OS, allowing them to better safeguard their users and endpoints in corporate contexts. It will also provide new tools for security professionals to report and handle events. Other vendors, such as VMware, CrowdStrike, and Palo Alto Networks, will deliver further integrations later this year.
The integrations will supplement Google’s security procedures to lessen the risk of malware or ransomware infection – securing tools for businesses that utilize Google Cloud products including Google Workspace, Google Cloud Pub/Sub, Google Chronicle, and BeyondCorp Enterprise.