New security partner integrations for advance protective capabilities
Google is working on several partnerships to make the security of the Google Cloud platform more robust. At the beginning of this week VP of the Google Cloud Global Ecosystem, Kevin Ichhpurani along with VP of Engineering at Google Cloud Security, Sunil Potti told that new security partner integrations will advance the tech giant’s protective capabilities.
The executives also told that a scalable solution for handling agent-based endpoint security on Google Cloud is in progress. The program is assisted by McAfee, Palo Alto Networks and Qualys. A deal is in work for McAfee for the consolidation of MVISION container security software on the platform. In the future, the security features of the company for Linux and Windows will also get integrated.
Several new and existing partners working together for cloud security
Through the new agreement, the Citrix Workspace could be used by Google Cloud customers. The tool will be made available to the user by next year, as the users can use credentials for single sign-in while logging into the Workspace. Fortinet will enable new reference architecture for linking Google Cloud and SD-WAN configurations.
Semperis and STEALTHbits will provide support to customers to handle Microsoft Active Directory-dependent workloads functioning on the cloud environment. Exabeam will enhance the SaaS Cloud Security management solution on Google Cloud. The new partnership with ForgeRock will be used to deploy a digital identity platform.
Tanium and its endpoint security telemetry will be combined with the Chronicle’s Backstory, the elastic container to store enterprise security telemetry on Google Infrastructure. With the addition to new partnerships, the existing ones also expanded. Deloitte initiates online risk mitigation services. IBM will assist Google Cloud customers in compliance issues related to the public. Wipro will provide Arctic Wolf along with new security services.