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Google adds data loss prevention, security features to Chrome


Google today rolled out several new features for enterprise users of its Chrome browser, including data loss prevention (DLP), protections against malware and phishing, and the ability to enable zero-trust access to the search engine.

In all, Google highlighted six new features for Chrome – three of them specific to the browser’s existing DLP capabilities.

A new “context-aware” feature allows enterprise administrators to customize DLP rules based on the security posture of the device being used. For example, admins can allow users to download sensitive documents if they’re accessing them from a corporate device that’s up to date on security fixes or is confirmed to have endpoint protection software installed.

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