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Google Cloud releases Security Command Center Enterprise: the first multi-cloud risk management solution fusing AI-powered SecOps with cloud security

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Google Cloud has unveiled a groundbreaking advancement in cloud security with the launch of Security Command Center Enterprise. Developed in collaboration with Mandiant, this innovative solution marks a significant milestone in the industry as the first cloud risk management platform to seamlessly integrate proactive cloud security with enterprise security operations.

The rapid adoption of cloud-first strategies by organisations across various sectors has elevated the importance of managing cloud risks. As critical applications and data migrate to the cloud, adversaries have intensified their focus on exploiting cloud infrastructure. To address these evolving threats, Security Command Center Enterprise leverages Google's security fabric and Mandiant's renowned threat intelligence to empower organisations to safeguard their multicloud environments effectively.

Sunil Potti, Vice President and General Manager of Google Cloud Security, emphasises the urgency of proactive risk management, stating, "The stakes have never been higher for managing cloud risks. With Security Command Center Enterprise, organisations can identify high-risk issues and drive accountability for keeping their multi-cloud environments safe."

Security Command Center Enterprise bridges the gap between cloud security and enterprise security operations by providing a unified view of posture controls, active threats, cloud identities, data, and more. By integrating remediation and issue accountability into end-to-end workflows, security teams can streamline operations and enhance their response capabilities.

Key features of Security Command Center Enterprise include:

  • Agentless and agent-based vulnerability management
  • Security posture management
  • Threat detection with specialized technology and curated threat intelligence
  • Integrated response workflows for efficient remediation
  • Attack path visualization for understanding resource relationships
  • Cloud Identity and Entitlement Management (CIEM)
  • Data security posture management (DSPM)
  • Shift-left security capabilities for early issue detection

The solution also integrates Mandiant Hunt, providing on-demand human expertise to proactively identify elusive threats and reduce the skills gap within security operations teams.

Security Command Center Enterprise is expected to be generally available in the coming weeks via subscription, offering simple cloud workload-based pricing. Existing Security Command Center Premium subscription customers can upgrade to the new solution at no additional cost for their current subscription.

Industry leaders have already expressed enthusiasm for Security Command Center Enterprise:

"Google security solutions can help our clients fortify their cyber defences and protect their digital businesses," says Upen Sachdev, Google Cloud Cyber Alliance leader at Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory.

"We're helping organisations build more resilient cybersecurity programs by combining Accenture and Google Cloud's expertise," says Rex Thexton, CTO and cyber protect lead at Accenture Security.

"In testing Google's Security Command Center Enterprise, our PwC team was impressed with its capabilities," says Prakash Venkata, principal at PwC.

 

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