Cloud storage has revolutionized the way data can be accessed, edited, shared, and otherwise worked with. There are a wide range of options for individuals and organizations alike for accessing data in the cloud. Google Drive is arguable one of the top public cloud options for storing and accessing data in the public cloud provides a number of really great features, functionality, and benefits to tenants. With public cloud services and especially with data housed there, security is one of the top concerns for cloud today.
With news headlines of data leak and data breaches happening frequently, data security is a top priority. While public cloud vendors have greatly improved security features and offerings, it is often up to the individuals and organizations to determine how these security features are implemented and ultimately, who has access to data. Let’s take a look at how to secure Google Drive to see some very practical steps that can be taken to drastically improve the security of Google Drive.