G Suite Data Protection for Enterprise and Education

Spinbackup for Business G Suite Data Protection

Data loss and data leak disasters caused by both outsider and insider threats happens far more frequently than most organizations realize. In fact, over 50 data records are stolen every second. Even more records are accidentally deleted, and in many cases, users may not realize that some critical files or messages have been deleted until many months or years later. These two problems go hand in hand and become increasingly interdependent every year. To fight both of them efficiently and effectively, organizations need a comprehensive solution that protects from both problems at the same time.

G Suite data protection by Spinbackup is the most comprehensive  solution for enterprise-grade companies and educational institutions. Spinbackup combines cybersecurity and disaster recovery features while protecting you from data leak and loss in one dashboard. Additionally you get one support and one invoice in the same place.

Read more

Google DLP vs Spinbackup Data Protection

Google DLP & Spinbackup Data Protection

Google has recently extended its DLP features from Gmail to Drive. Spinbackup, a Cloud Cybersecurity solutions provider for G Suite that focuses on securing company’s business data stored at the Google ecosystem, has recently announced new Data Protection solutions for G Suite as well. What is the difference between these solutions? Which is better, original Google DLP or independent Spinbackup security service?

Read more

Spinbackup Data Protection: What Is It?

Spinbackup Data Protection What Is It

You have probably read about recently updated Google DLP for Gmail and Drive, so now let us introduce you the Spinbackup data protection solution that perfectly adds significant value to Google DLP.

Spinbackup Data Protection for G Suite is a set of security features to protect organizations of any size against data Leak and Loss disasters in the cloud by letting G Suite administrators back up their sensitive data, identify security risks, and fix them before they become a huge disaster. Spinbackup helps organizations gain more control and visibility over data security by providing an additional layer of protection from third-party apps connected to their G Suite account, insider threats, and sensitive data security beyond what Google can offer.

Read more

Google DLP: What Is It?

Google DLP What Is It

Google is constantly improving its products and services in an attempt to provide the best security practices and user experience on the market. As a result, the company recently extended its DLP (Data Loss Prevention) services for Gmail and Google Drive for enterprise organizations.

Google Data Loss Prevention is a set of automated functions that monitor Gmail and Google Drive items for triggers (specific content defined by domain administrator), detect it, and prevent it from being maliciously or accidentally leaked or lost.

Read more

Google Drive Introduces New Features for Enterprises

News 1 2749

Google Drive Introduces New Features For Enterprises

Across the Google cloud ecosystem lies one of the most crucial organizational storage viz. Drive. Google Drive is the major application component of G Suite – which is primarily a collection of multiple applications used for enhancing productivity and collaboration across the enterprise. Google Drive is primarily a platform to store all of an organization and individual data within a single place. This data can be accessed securely in a controlled manner across multiple platforms.

In March 2017, at the Google Next conference, Google announced new improvements and enrichments to Google Drive via introducing multiple features resulting in more secure service and striking for enterprise customers. Even though security has always been a priority for G Suite applications, the new features introduced transcend security along with enhancing access, collaborative and migration capabilities.

Read more

Google Drive Ransomware Protection Tips

3 ways hack google drive by ransomware

Ransomware is on the rise, with cases increasing by a shocking 6,000% in 2016. Not only are the number of attacks increasing, but ransomware is also becoming more sophisticated, finding new ways to infect devices and entice victims to pay up. When the virus infects a computer, it encrypts all files on it and those stored at cloud storages such as Google Drive, One Drive, Dropbox are not an exclusion. Here is how to ensure Ransomware Protection of your data kept in Google Drive.

Read more

AI in Cybersecurity: The White And Dark Sides



Some people believe that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the ability to amplify our natural human intelligence, as long as it remains in good hands. Let’s take a closer look at AI and how it can benefit – or negatively influence – our lives in the near future.

Artificial intelligence is progressing at a rapid pace and we often associate it with science fiction movies where we see robots performing human-like tasks. Today, Artificial Intelligence deployment is very vast – from controlling autonomous weapons, to powering Google search algorithms.

Read more

7 Things A Perfect G Suite Admin Should Do

things a perfect g suite admin should do

Among the vast and user-friendly Google ecosystem, lies the G Suite. This is mainly a collection of Google apps and tools used for collaboration, communication and also to enhance productivity. For the cloud computing Google domain to be productive, collaboration must be managed. As a result, this suite provides Google admin tools for effective management.

To become a perfect G Suite Admin, one must follow the best practices which ensure a steady and continuous workflow; especially the best practices that ensure data security. To illustrate, the CIA triad should never be breached. If you’re intrigued, read on to learn more about the portrait of a perfect G Suite admin.

Read more

Ransomware Protection Case at Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts

Ransomware Case Study

Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts is a private nursing school in California with around 400 employees and over 2,000 students.

A few months ago the school faced a data loss disaster when an instructor inadvertently infected his classroom computer with ransomware that had been brought from home on a USB drive. When the instructor tried to access his lectures, he found that all the files had been encrypted. Instead he was faced with a ransomware note demanding 1 bitcoin ($740) to decrypt the files.

Read more