Google Cloud’s Cloud Security Command Center (CSCC) is the canonical security and data risk database for Google Cloud Platform.
CSCC Unifies: Assets, resources, policies, IAM policies, findings, security and risk specific annotations all in one place, enabling security and data risk insights, management and recommendations.
Cloudflare is one of the first security providers incorporated into CSCC. Though the CSCC dashboard, insights into top threats, threat types, and firewall events from Cloudflare are displayed alongside other security application metrics, for a holistic view into web application security posture.
Cloudflare’s network capacity is 23x bigger than the largest DDoS attack ever recorded. With 228 Tbps of capacity, it can handle any modern distributed attack, including those targeting layers 3, 4, and 7, as well as DNS infrastructure.
Cloudflare offers unmetered mitigation of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks for Google Cloud hosted web applications and APIs, regardless of the size of attack, with no additional costs, caps, or overages.
Cloudflare prevents breaches of sensitive customer data on Google Cloud hosted Internet applications and APIs through a variety of security services, including SSL/TLS 1.3, DNSSEC, web application firewall (WAF), rate limiting, and IP reputation database.