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Why CISOs Need to Know This to Protect Users From Unsafe Websites

Unsafe web resources include social engineering sites—such as phishing and deceptive sites—and sites that host malware or unwanted software. For CISOs and their teams, this can quickly become an insurmountable challenge if it’s not nipped in the bud.

But there’s a way to enable companies to find unsafe URLs before their users do, identify phishing and deceptive sites, as well as sites that host malware or unwanted software.

Google Cloud’s Web Risk API was built to help admins protect users from unsafe websites. If a URL is known to be unsafe, Web Risk API responds with the threat type and the amount of time during which the website should be considered unsafe.

The Web Risk API can be integrated into both cloud-based and on-premises hosted applications and websites.

Watch this three-minute video to find out how Web Risk APIs can break the chain of malicious attacks and protect the data of your customers and users.

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