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New Google Security Controls Tighten Third-Party Data Access

6th July 2017 By Kelly Sheridan

 

Google adds OAuth app whitelisting to G Suite so admins can vet third-party applications before users can grant them authorized data access.

 

Google is updating its G Suite with OAuth apps whitelisting, a new security measure created to help administrators buckle down on data access control and see how third-party applications are using information.

 

The new controls are designed to give admins more detailed visibility into which third-party apps are accessing G Suite data, limit access to vetted OAuth apps, and protect G Suite app data by preventing unauthorized app installation, decreasing the risks associated with shadow IT.

 

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