Zscaler partners with Google around zero trust – Techzine Europe

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Businesses will gain additional protection capabilities around advanced threat and data protection through integration with Chrome Enterprise.

The new partnership was unveiled at the Zenith Live conference in Las Vegas. Because the products now work better with the Zero Trust Exchange platform, Zscaler can leverage signals from Chrome Enterprise, such as device status, user identity and device characteristics. In addition to improving threat detection, enterprises can make better access control decisions. On top of that comes the option that access to corporate resources is limited to Chrome Enterprise browsers. It allows employees and partners to access private applications via different devices, both on-premises and in the cloud.

Workspace and Security Operations

Zscaler will also integrate more closely with the Google Workspace productivity suite. For example, Data Loss Prevention (DLP) will help prevent the exfiltration of sensitive data from Gmail, Google Drive, Sheets, Slides and Docs. Tenant restrictions and granular instance controls help keep business and personal data separate, with different user access levels to Gmail. In addition, integration with the Google Drive Labels API allows businesses to apply labels to files for classification and data protection.

Finally, Google Security Operations is becoming more involved in the Zero Trust Exchange. Security Operations, formerly known as Chronicle, helps security professionals detect and investigate cyber threats. Integrating the Zero Trust Exchange means new data from Zscaler will become available within the Security Console. This reduces the need for security professionals to switch between the two consoles, as the information is readily available.

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