Google ramps up G Suite security console

Google recently announced a new security feature – OAuth apps whitelisting, for its G Suite customers. The feature will provide better visibility and power in hands of the customers, allowing them to define how their data is being used by third-party apps. Google added the feature into its G Suite security controls with an effort to improve the data access permissions and protect user data from any phishing attacks. A few months back, Gmail users were hit by a phishing scam, consisting an email claiming to be an invite for Google Docs. Though actually, it was a hideous act to prompt users to give access permissions to the third-party apps to use their personal data. With the new feature, Google tries to prevent such phishing attacks in future by ensuring better security level for the users...

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