Google has announced a turn of security developments headed for G Suite services, including few we’ve encountered like ‘admin changes for Google Meet’. Google announced it had joined Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) group back in 2019, also including Verizon Media which is also part of the group.
The aim is to push an email spec that adds brand logos to authenticated emails, but the most interesting announcement is all about Gmail. The company said it will Kick Off a pilot of the technology within Gmail in a couple of weeks to come, so don’t be shocked when you see indicators on your screen in the avatar box.
For years now, Gmail has been a good of communication and business, but with hackers all around the world trying everything possible to run down people’s business and tarnish their images it doesn’t look like a safe place anymore.
Google is trying everything to see that those who engage in fraudulent acts are severely dealt with. Your Gmail is one f the safest place to store files and data you want to keep a secret from anyone. That’s why this new update is the best for you with assurance nobody can come into your Gmail undetected and try to hack your mail.
Emails are authenticated using the existing DMARC system and then there’s a certification that applies the associated logo, which they intend the gain the trust of their users that the email they received came from the company or person it’s claiming to represent. It will also categories your mails according to the way you want it to be which includes – important, social, primary, snoozed, and even spam.
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