Google Announces Cloud Security Features at RSA 2020

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Google Announces Cloud Security Features at RSA 2020

Google has made several security announcements at RSA 2020 conference. The company has announced upgrades to its Chronicle Security platform and the general release of its reCAPTCHA Enterprise and Web Risk API tools.

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The platform has received – threat detection using the new YARA-L rules-language and enhanced data modeling. Google also added a new Chronicle capability it calls intelligent data fusion, which combines a new data model and the ability to link multiple events into a single timeline automatically. The Web Risk API lets web applications check URLs against Google’s continually growing list of unsafe sites.

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