Google released Security Health Analytics Service, which aims to identify any misconfigurations and compliance violations to keep its Google Cloud Platform secure. The tool was unveiled earlier this year at Google Cloud Next conference but there is no release date announced for the final version of the tool.
On Wednesday, Google released the beta version of the security service implying that it is under-testing phase as the service is integrated within the Cloud Security Services (CSS). The beta version release has a dashboard which shows any security or threats and upon clicking those, the tool provides a step-by-step eradication plan. The tool lies under the full certification of Center for Internet Security (CIS), which analyzes the security complications that are violating the Google Cloud Platform resources.
How to Enable and Use it?
Google Cloud Platform users can enable the Security Health Analytics from their Google Security Command Center to access it and keep a track of their security concerns and compliance violations.
If you are interested and looking forward to give a try to the tool’s efficiency, you can even start a free GCP trial, enable Cloud SSC, and turn on the Security Health Analytics.