Google Cloud Security

DXC meets your unique cybersecurity requirements with the design, installation and integration of perimeter, network, endpoint and advanced protection solutions.

As you move to the cloud, new approaches are required to protect your users, applications, and data, while supporting compliance and digital sovereignty objectives.  DXC combines the power of Google Cloud’s secure-by-design foundation and shared fate model for risk management, with our expertise in securing mission-critical environments to help you securely and reliably transform your business. Our security professionals offer deep expertise and proven processes in cloud strategy and migration, cyber defense, identity and access management, governance, and risk management.

Key capabilities

Endpoint protection aligned with your business risk to support detection and rapid response based on severity, accuracy and context

24x7 monitoring and managing network security controls with real-time recommendations based on global threat intelligence

Managed cloud access security broker services for visibility, control and protection of sanctioned and unsanctioned cloud applications

Cloud security compliance services to secure workloads and monitor configurations and compliance of public cloud environments

DXC's Google Cloud differentiators

Secured landing zone blueprint for regulated industries - designed and automated deployment, built on Google Cloud’s Security focused PCI DSS blueprint. Includes integration of Google Cloud’s Cloud Identity, Cloud Armor, and Security Command Centre, with enterprise-ready partner next generation Firewalls and ITSM tools.

Policy-as-Code on Google Cloud – automated compliance in a multi-cloud environment, utilising policy workflows to maintained security and business standards.


“We needed a partner to help us implement SAP for Google Cloud in a way that would meet our goals. DXC was able to make the business case for cost savings we could achieve with the migration, as well as advise us on the appropriate setup infrastructure, server capacities, migration plans and other details.”

Alan Sze, Deputy general manager of Business Processes and IT, ONE