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Tech & Science Google rolls out G Suite security threat alerts

16:51  11 october  2018
16:51  11 october  2018 Source:   engadget.com

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And Google 's system should be capable of flagging large-scale phishing attacks, malware, suspicious activity and "government-backed attacks." 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

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Centralizing these warnings and pairing them with tools should enable 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."

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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 . Source: Google rolls out G Suite security threat alerts .

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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.

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