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Google ups Chrome security for business users with new features and policies

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Google Chrome is getting a host of new security updates, specifically designed to protect professionals and enterprise users, according to a Wednesday blog post from Google.

With the latest release of Chrome, Google is making Site Isolation available to its users. This will allow Chrome to render content separately for each website that is open, keeping them isolated from one another, according to the post.

"This can mean even stronger security boundaries between websites than Chrome's existing sandboxing technology," the post said. "Admins can read more to determine if this capability makes sense for their organization—and start implementing it immediately."

SEE: Secure Browser Usage Policy (Tech Pro Research)

Chrome admins will now be able to whitelist and blacklist specific extensions in a more scalable way as well. With an updated extensions policy (available now), IT admins can create a policy that will restrict extension access based on permissions, the post said....(continued)

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