First, it was Beyond Corp, to shift security away from the perimeter and onto individual users and devices. Now it is BeyondProd, to apply zero-trust principles to cloud-native applications and workloads that rely on microservices and communicate primarily over APIs.
Google is amending its patch reward program to provide up-front financial support for open source projects that need money to make security improvements.
Google will limit the ability of LSA to access G Suite accounts starting in June, to protect users from account hijacking attempts. The change is to encourage using apps that rely on OAuth 2.0.
Google has integrated its Password Checkup functionality into Chrome 79 to warn when people use compromised credentials.
Many versions of Android, including Android 10, have a weakness dubbed StrandHogg that can lead to credential phishing and other malicious actions.