As the leading gateway to content and applications across the Web, Google bears a singular responsibility for detecting and evading malware and other online security hazards, such as phishing and spam sites. And it’s not a task that the company takes lightly.
At the SecTOR security conference in Toronto, Google research Fabrice Jaubert provided a detailed account of the company tracks and evades malware and other online risks. eSecurity Planet reports from the show.
TORONTO — Google knows a thing or two about malware on the Web. Google comes across malware on a regular basis and has made a number of efforts to help secure Web users against potential malware risk.
In a session at the SecTOR security conference in Toronto, Google security researcher Fabrice Jaubert detailed how the search engine giant identifies malware and what it does to help protect the safety and security of Web users.