Google Cloud gains federal certification, adds a suite of new security features
Google can now compete for Amazon and Microsoft's biggest cloud customer: The U.S. government.
Google's director of information security is leaving the company
It's not yet clear who will replace Zalewski. Google and Zalewski did not respond to a request for comment.
China's government is keeping its security researchers from attending conferences
A new measure will keep Chinese researchers from their usual Pwn2Own domination.
Google paid $2.9 million in bug bounties in 2017
Google is also expanding the Google Play Security Reward Program to include remote code executions on popular apps. Rewards range from $1,000 to $5,000.
Google killed 700,000 malicious apps in the Play Store in 2017
Google's getting better: That's a 70 percent increase over the previous year due in part to machine learning.
Alphabet launches Chronicle, a new cybersecurity company
The company comes with massive promises to change the cybersecurity landscape but precious few details on its tech.