FTC may investigate Google location data

Two senators, Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn) and Ed Markey (D-Mass), have called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Google illegally gathered location data from Android users.

New Gmail tool creates email expiration dates

For those worried about sending sensitive info over email, Google has a solution. Its new confidential mode for Gmail will let G Suite business users set expiration dates for emails that contain sensitive data.

Google Apps possibly downloading malware onto your device

Google Apps may be allowing bad actors to install malware on your device via a security flaw.

Which is the bigger data threat: Breaches … or your users?

Quick, which is more of a risk to data: keyloggers or phishing?

Google Play store assaulted by malicious app uploads

There are more woes in store for Google’s Android as cybersecurity companies gear up to release reports of an extensive malware attack happening in the Google Play Store.

Work with HR to prevent data damage and downtime from disgruntled ex-employees

Here’s another example of why HR and IT need to be a team when it comes to the unfortunate situation of letting someone go.

Google removes 300 malicious botnet apps from Play Store

Botnets disguised as unassuming phone apps, ready to go off at a moment’s notice sounds like a plot taken from a movie script. Except it was real, and involved Google and some 300 malicious apps.

Highly effective Gmail phishing scam causes alarm for IT pros worldwide

A recent Gmail phishing scam took the world by storm and compromised several Google accounts.

Google’s been … Thunderstruck!

Think your data’s completely safe because it’s in the hands of Google, Amazon or other storage giants? Think again. 

Google survey finds security pros, users don’t see eye-to-eye

You’ve probably already figured this one out, but a recent survey from Google shows that your security priorities and those of your users’ often don’t line up.