The OpenTitan chip project launched by Google and several partners will produce open-source designs for secure root of trust hardware.
A month after the Kazakh government began performing HTTPS interception on some of its citizens, Google and Mozilla have blocked that effort by dropping trust for the government's root certificate.
In the coming months, Google and Mozilla will remove the Extended Validation security indicators from the browser address bars.
Google is bringing Chronicle back home and will integrate the enterprise security startup into its Google Cloud security portfolio. Whether VirusTotal will remain as a stand-alone service is currently unknown.
Google is planning to enable confidential mode by default for enterprise G Suite customers in June.