Google Workspace Security
Minimize the time spent on OAuth login and Chrome risk detection
Decrease the time it takes to detect and assess OAuth applications and Chrome extensions from 2 weeks to mere seconds using automation. See the details of:
✔︎ Email forwarding address to mitigate data exposure
✔︎ Devices matched with employee Gmails
✔︎ Tokens, users, roles, and privileges
Reduce risk across your workspace tools by 87%
Protect your workspace from misconfigurations and vulnerabilities by automating security checks for all users. Let your IT and security teams set up policies and receive timely alerts when something goes wrong.
✔︎ Password re-use and strength assessment
✔︎ MFA check
✔︎ 24/7 audit logs to track user activity, events, access, and login attempts
Secure the way employees share and use Google Drive files
Detect if any of your Drive documents are shared publicly or with someone outside your organization. View change history and asset relationship map to accelerate incident detection and reponse.
Prevent data breaches by controlling user access
Don’t let unauthorized access be your organization's weak link. With Resmo, not only can you effortlessly identify who has access to what, but you can also revoke users' access to SaaS applications with just a click.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Google Workspace security risks can Resmo help mitigate?
Resmo helps to mitigate several Google Workspace security risks, including unauthorized data access, susceptibility to ransomware attacks, insecure sharing permissions, unchecked Chrome extensions, and non-compliance with company security policies.
Does Google Workspace have any protection against Shadow IT?
Google Workspace provides basic control over user activities and third-party apps but is not fully equipped to combat Shadow IT, which involves unauthorized use of technologies. Resmo can significantly enhance protection against Shadow IT within Google Workspace, offering detailed visibility and control over connected third-party apps, user activities, extensions, and adherence to security policies.
Can Google Workspace be targeted by ransomware attacks?
Yes, Google Workspace can be targeted by ransomware attacks. Cybercriminals can use phishing or other malicious techniques to gain access to a user's Google Workspace account and encrypt files stored in Google Drive. Implementing strong security measures, including multi-factor authentication (MFA), and regular security audits can significantly reduce this risk. Using a SaaS security management tool like Resmo can further enhance your Workspace's security posture by detecting and alerting about potential vulnerabilities or security misconfigurations in real-time.