Stay secure with advanced anti-phishing and malware capabilities 6 años ago

We recently introduced several features for G Suite to help keep your data secure. As described in our earlier post, this includes advanced protections against phishing and malware attempts. Keep reading for more information on these new settings and how they’ll be rolled out to your organization.Following this launch, you’ll notice the new settings below in the Admin console under Apps > G Suite > Gmail > Safety. Each can be enabled, disabled, or customized.In the “Attachments” section:Protect against encrypted attachments from untrusted sendersProtect against attachments with scripts from untrusted sendersIn the “Links and external images” section:Identify links behind shortened URLsScan linked imagesShow warning prompt for any click on links to untrusted domainsIn the “Spoofing and authentication” section:Protect against domain spoofing based on similar domain namesProtect against spoofing of employee namesProtect against inbound emails spoofing your domainProtect against any unauthenticated emailsAt launch time, the majority of these settings will be disabled for existing customers, because—depending on your domain configuration—they may cause false positives. To maximize security, the following settings will be automatically enabled for existing customers on April 4th, 2018:Identify links behind shortened URLsScan linked imagesIf you don’t want these settings to be turned on automatically on April 4th, you’ll need to disable or customize them prior to that date.For more information on these new settings, please visit the Help Center.Note that G Suite Enterprise customers can view charts related to these settings in the G Suite security center, and the Security health page will warn them if these settings aren’t enabled.Launch DetailsRelease track:All settings launching to both Rapid Release and Scheduled Release on March 21st, 2018; “Identify links behind shortened URLs” and “Scan linked images” settings to be enabled automatically on April 4th, 2018, unless they’re disabled or customized prior to that dateEditions:Available to all G Suite editions (note that only G Suite Enterprise customers can access the security center)Rollout pace:Full rollout (1–3 days for feature visibility)Impact:Admins onlyAction:Admin action suggested/FYIMore InformationHelp Center: Advanced phishing and malware protectionThe Keyword: Helping G Suite customers stay secure with new proactive phishing protections and management controlsLaunch release calendarLaunch detail categoriesGet these product update alerts by emailSubscribe to the RSS feed of these updates

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