In just a few clicks, you can enable Shielded VMs to help protect against threats such as malicious project insiders, malicious guest firmware, and kernel- or user-mode vulnerabilities. Shielded VMs are virtual machines (VMs) on Google Cloud Platform hardened by a set of security controls that help defend against rootkits and bootkits. Join this session to learn how Shielded VMs leverage advanced platform security capabilities such as secure and measured boot, a virtual trusted platform module (vTPM), UEFI firmware, and integrity monitoring to help protect enterprise workloads from threats like remote attacks, privilege escalation, and malicious insiders.
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Speaker(s): Nelly Porter, Jasika Bawa, Steve Gold, Raphael de Cormis
Session ID: SEC201
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