ZeroFox partners with Google Cloud to warn users against phishing domains

Cybersecurity provider ZeroFox has announced a partnered capability with Google Cloud to warn users of malicious URLs and fake websites in a bid to disrupt phishing campaigns.

As part of the partnership, ZeroFox will automatically detect phishing domains for customers and submit verified, malicious URLs through Google Cloud’s Web Risk Submission API, disrupting attacks and warning users of malicious content on billions of devices using browser warnings. This is expected to help both ZeroFox customers as well as Google Cloud users.

“If a URL or domain flagged by ZeroFox is validated as malicious, Google will provide a warning message to users across its 5 billion devices in a matter of minutes, advising them not to access the domain in question,” said James Foster, founder, and CEO of ZeroFox.

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