G Suite has a wide array of security features that serve to protect the organization from threats posed to email. In addition to the default email encryption and https enforcement for access of your organization email, which protects your email from being intercepted by intruders, there are additional slightly sophisticated measures that make your organization email and data even more watertight and protected.
Some of the security measures we shall put in place include:
All data in G Suite Gmail and Google Drive are by default encrypted on transit and on rest. Two Step Verification (2FA/2SV); Enable for use across organization or particular OUs.
2. Password Enforcing and Monitoring:
Make sure your users are usng a strong password and monitor it for malicious access or intrusions.
3. Activity Auditing:
Enable and enforce G Suite Sends admins notifications and where possible, blocks an account if it suspects it has been accessed by suspicious users by way of new IPs etc.
4. Spamming Control: Gmail has a strong inbuilt anti-spamming that reduces up to 99% of spam. Train ICT to whitelist/blacklist domains. Also train to show users to mark as spam from inbox.
5. Phishing and Spoofing Control: Deploying SPF, DKIM, and DMARC policies that would make it impossible for one to forge emails from your domain. This would do away with such threats.
6. Manage Data Sharing through Google Drive: Manage data sharing or external and internal parties. Train users on the various sharing options within Google Drive.