The Manhattan Google headquarters is seen on January 25, 2021 in New York City. The company announced a new suite of zero trust security capabilities built into Chrome. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

Google is rolling out a suite of new zero trust security capabilities built directly into its Chrome browser.

The suite, called BeyondCorp Enterprise, is designed to expand on and replace BeyondCorp Remote Access, the company’s cloud-based subscription tool that helps workers securely log in to their work systems and applications from home. The expansion announced this week includes a number of new features, including phish-resistant authentication, embedded data and threat protection, DDoS protection, continuous user authorization agentless support and other services that before now were only available internally to Google employees.

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