Google Workspace DLP

Secure your corporate data with advanced automated Data Leak Prevention for Google Workspace

Google Workspace DLP
Google Workspace DLP

Google Workspace DLP for Enterprise

Enhance Data Leak Prevention capabilities in your Google Workspace

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Monitor Shared Data

Full visibility on Drive and Shared Drive files that are shared outside or inside your organization

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Change Data Access

Change sharing access and ownership of files to protect them from possible data leak

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PII Detection

Monitor and receive alerts for confidential data sent or received by your users

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Set DLP Policies

Create policies to automate file sharing access management

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Control Abnormal Events

Get notified on abnormal login, data downloads, or transfers to take timely action

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Offboard Employees Safely

Mitigate key risks related to employee offboarding, e.g., unauthorized sharing or data theft

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Receive Incidents Alerts

Receive and respond to data leak threats quicker with automated notifications

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Activity Reports

Get reports on DLP incidents on a weekly and monthly basis

Data Leak Prevention for Google Workspace

Up to 10% of corporate data is shared externally by mistake or by malicious intent. It may cause data breaches and leaks of sensitive information.

SpinOne helps identify the improperly shared files and immediately change sharing settings to safer ones.
IT teams can also use it to set precise policies and prevent data leak incidents.

How SpinOne DLP works

Learn about monitoring data leak threats and setting up DLP policies in Google Workspace with SpinOne.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have more questions about SpinOne and Google Workspace Data Leak Prevention? Learn more from our FAQ section or
contact our support.

What are the major access-related risks in Google Workspace?

Cybersecurity experts define the following risks:

  1. Public access to corporate sensitive data.
  2. Sharing with users outside the organization.
  3. Granting access to sensitive data to unauthorized users inside the organization.
  4. Viewing and editing permissions are given to third-party apps.

Is Google Workspace functionality to monitor and control access enough to protect my data?

Google Workspace offers limited functionality to manage data access. Some of them are damaging to business operations if applied. For example, you cannot allow outside sharing to certain units that need it for efficient performance, e.g., sales.

Is SpinOne safe for my corporate data?

Yes. Our platform uses data encryption at rest, in transit, and in use. We keep your data on GCP, Azure, AWS, or any other storage of your choice.

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