G Suite Security is the third course in the G Suite Administration series.
In this course you will focus on the various aspects of G Suite Security including user password policies and how to enable and enforce two step verification (2SV) for your users. You will learn about application security and understand how to whitelist and block API access to your account. You will see how G Suite can easily be integrated with a number of predefined 3rd party applications. You will also become familiar with the SSO options in G Suite. Finally you will understand how to spot potential security risks within your organization and learn how to address them using the tools available in the admin console.
You should have completed the Introduction to G Suite and Managing G Suite courses.
By the end of this course participants will be able to: –
Welcome and Getting Started Guide
Exercise #1 – Prepare your G Suite Domain
Introduction to Common Security Settings
Use of an Exception Group
Exercise #4 – Configure Session Controls
Introduction to SSO
Introduction to Secure LDAP
Exercise #3 – Add an LDAP Client to G Suite
Introduction to Application Security
Security Tools Overview
4 practice exercises
A Professional Collaboration Engineer transforms business objectives into tangible configurations, policies, and security practices as they relate to users, content, and integrations. Collaboration Engineers leverage their understanding of their organization’s mail routing and identity management infrastructure to enable efficient and secure communication and data access. Operating with an engineering and solutions mindset, they use tools, programming languages, and APIs to automate workflows. They look for opportunities to educate end users and increase operational efficiency while advocating for G Suite and the Google toolset.
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