Google Cloud has announced a new protection feature that offers up to $1 million in coverage to subscribers of its Security Command Center Premium.

The feature is designed to protect customers from the financial and security risks posed by crypto mining attacks.

Cryptomining attacks are a type of cyberattack in which hackers use a victim’s computer to mine cryptocurrency. This can lead to a number of problems, including increased energy consumption, performance degradation, and security vulnerabilities.

Google Cloud’s new protection feature uses a combination of machine learning and artificial intelligence to detect and prevent crypto mining attacks.

If an attack is detected, Google Cloud will automatically take steps to mitigate the damage, including shutting down the affected resources and notifying the customer.

The new protection feature is available to all subscribers of Google Cloud’s Security Command Center Premium. To learn more, please visit the Google Cloud website.