Google holds a lot of internet users’ data and that is enough reason for the company’s update on new feature to help inform of security threat
For a tech company like Google who holds so much of internet users’ data, there is an important need to ensure that peoples’ data is properly kept. For this kind of reason, A company like Google needs to take your data security very, very seriously, especially for corporate customers who takes record keeping as key tool. That’s why the company is making the ‘Alert Center’ for G Suite available to all, letting users better deal with threats to their data.
G suite embodies various features which include, Yahoo, Gmail, Email, Google+ and many others. What the ‘Alert center’ does is to Centralize these warnings and pair them with tools then enabling administrators to deal with potential threats much more efficiently. And Google’s system should be capable of flagging large-scale phishing attacks, malware, suspicious activity and “government-backed attacks.”
The portal will also hold details of corporate devices and will shout if it thinks that a phone or tablet has been jailbroken or rooted. Security Center will be rolled out to G Suite administrators over the next couple of weeks, and should enable companies to get a better handle on their digital security as well as data management.