Google Europe’s Twitter announced that the team has already taken steps to automatically increase account security protections for people in the region due to cyber security threats that continue in the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
The team has been assisting in the fight against cybercrime in and around Ukraine. Google Safe Browsing is enabled by default and detects phishing and malware, while Project Shield offers free and limitless protection against DDoS attacks. According to the tweet, Google's Advanced Protection Program has already enrolled several Ukrainian websites in the program.
Furthermore, Michael Aciman, YouTube Spokesperson said that they are actively monitoring new developments and will take further steps if necessary after YouTube halted a handful of channels' ability to monetize videos with ads, as well as "significantly limiting recommendations to these channels."
Moreover, the United Nations General Assembly urged a peace talk through diplomacy and dialogue rather than with brutal force as in the past.