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As more enterprise computing workloads are moving to the cloud, so are the attackers. Virtual servers have been targeted by cryptomining and ransomware groups over the past few years, and they typically don’t benefit from the same levels of protection as endpoints. Google has set to change that with VM-based threat detection for its cloud computing platform.

When it comes to cloud computing, efficiency and flexibility are very important. Servers are scaled based on the workloads they are expected to run. Any additional security scanning and monitoring that requires a software agent running inside the virtual machines would add overhead and consume CPU cycles and memory.

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