Google is done with reminders and warnings. It began marking web pages not using HTTPS as "Not Secure," and it turns out some of the world's most popular sites are affected.
Two powerful senators have asked executives at Google and Amazon to rethink their decisions to end the use of domain fronting on their cloud networks to help protect at-risk users.
Chrome now includes a new feature called Site Isolation that can help defend against speculative execution attacks in the browser.
Google Chrome will mark all HTTP pages as not secure in the coming months, a major milestone in the overdue death of plaintext connections.
Protect the data at rest and in transit. How about while in use? Google’s open source framework Asylo helps developers use secure enclaves with their applications without having to know the specifics of how TEEs work or learning how to use specialized tools.