Google Cloud starts AI-powered Security Operations region in India

Google Cloud has announced launch of its Ai-powered Security Operations region in India (Mumbai), bringing data residency controls to customers in India.
Google Cloud businessThe third largest Cloud service provider said enterprises can store their Google Security Operations customer data in India, accelerating its commitment to protecting customer data and privacy.

The latest release of Google Security Operations aims to reduce the do-it-yourself complexity of SecOps and enhance the productivity of an organization’s entire Security Operations Center. It is designed to reduce manual processes, enable customers to detect threats faster, and provide packaged outcomes for them to deploy remediation.

Google Cloud’s AI-powered Security Operations platform is designed to give SOC teams a boost across their detection and response lifecycle.

To reduce toil and manual processes across security teams, Google Cloud has announced updates to Gemini in Google Security Operations, including a new Investigation Assistant feature, now generally available, that navigates security professionals through the platform based on the context of an investigation.

Applied Threat Intelligence in Google Security Operations takes Google Cloud’s threat visibility and automatically applies it to an organization’s unique environment. This enables security teams to uncover more threats, and leverage the threat intelligence to address them, significantly reducing their exposure to cyber risk.

Gemini AI in Google Security Operations is a catalyst to supercharge customers’ security operations, a game changer to drive operational excellence with Google’s AI at scale.

“With the launch of our new SecOps region in India, Google Cloud can help organizations in both the private and public sectors reap the benefits of secure cloud infrastructure,” Jyothi Prakash, India Head of Google Cloud Security, said.

“AI-powered security operations help organizations reduce their cyber risk, get faster at detection and disruption of cyberthreats and improve their efficiencies. By combining our expertise and Google Security Operations, we will be able to offer our clients a modern, AI-powered security operations platform,” said Sangram Gayal, Partner & Managed Services Leader, Transformation at PwC India.

Raju Chekuri, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Netenrich, said: “Our data lake approach to SIEM with our adaptive managed detection and response (MDR) built-on Google Cloud Security, dynamically protects enterprises to deliver efficacy, efficiency, and resiliency.”

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