Security trends to pay attention to in 2019 and beyond

| January 3, 2019

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Software security requires good hygiene and constant diligence to protect your organization and users from known threats; it also requires working proactively to identify and address emerging risks. Here at Google Cloud, we help you do both. We build products that make security easy—from automatic protections that keep you safe behind the scenes, to tools and recommendations that help you tailor your security posture to your organization’s specific needs (check out our “taking charge of your security” posts for some best practices). We’re always hunting for, and thinking about, how to protect against new and emerging threats, as demonstrated by the “Spectre” and “Meltdown” CPU vulnerabilities that our Project Zero team revealed earlier this year.

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