All G Suite customers can now manage security keys for two-step verification 1 año ago

We encourage all of our customers to use two-step verification for added protection when they log into their G Suite accounts. In particular, we recommend security keys, which are easy to use and better prevent some common attacks, like phishing.Previously, we made it possible for admins in G Suite Enterprise domains to allow only security keys as their users’ two-step verification factor. In addition, we gave them (and G Suite Business admins) tools to manage the deployment of security keys and to view usage reports. Because we believe security keys can be pivotal in the effort to protect any organization, we’re now bringing these management capabilities to all G Suite editions.Going forward, all G Suite admins will be able to do the following in the Admin console:Restrict users’ two-step verification method to security keys only.Add and revoke security keys for users.View reports on security key usage.For more information on enforcing and managing security key use in your domain, visit the Help Center.Launch DetailsRelease track:Launching to both Rapid Release and Scheduled ReleaseEditions:Available to all G Suite editionsRollout pace:Extended rollout (potentially longer than 15 days for feature visibility)Impact:Admins onlyAction:Admin action suggested/FYIMore InformationHelp Center: Add 2-Step VerificationHelp Center: Use Security Key for 2-Step VerificationHelp Center: View and revoke security key access to Google accountsLaunch release calendarLaunch detail categoriesGet these product update alerts by emailSubscribe to the RSS feed of these updates

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