Google has announced new security modules in Chrome and Chrome OS for enterprises


On Thursday, Google announced a set of plug-ins with popular tools for enterprise cybersecurity. The company believes that this will allow IT teams to increase the security of employees working in the Chrome browser and on devices with Chrome OS.

The set of modules is available on the new Chrome Enterprise Connectors Framework platform, which allows you to integrate Chrome and Chrome OS with Netskope, Okta, BlackBerry, Samsung, VMware, Splunk, CrowdStrike and Palo Alto Networks products. Not all of them are available right away, but Google says they’ll all be coming soon.

According to the company, Netskope modules optimize user access to important data, BlackBerry and Samsung modules will make IT easier for IT teams to manage devices with Chrome OS on board, and Splunk will allow you to get important information about potentially dangerous events as quickly as possible.

In addition to all this, a new feature has been added – Chrome OS Data Controls, which will help organizations prevent data leakage by creating a set of rules that trigger certain actions (copy and paste, screen capture or print).

According to Google, users will learn more details about new features and modules on the “Chrome Day for Enterprises”, as the company called it on June 8.

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