When creating a new project, GCP will automatically create a default network with a few default firewall rules. By default, these rules are quite lenient and it is advised to not use them in production. The GCP CIS Benchmarks even go as far as advising to delete the default network. In this post, we’ll go over what the rules are, how we can improve them, and how we can create even better ones.
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