Preventing data leaks is of paramount importance to businesses. For this reason, Google is launching a new beta version to add Data Loss Prevention (DLP) to Google Chat.
The search giant announced the beta at its Google Cloud Next ’21 virtual event this week to prevent sensitive and confidential information from being leaked to businesses.
By adding DLP to Google Chat, administrators can create custom policies to prevent the loss of sensitive data while using Google’s online collaboration software.
Prevention of data loss in Google Chat
After registering for the new beta version, Google Workspace administrators can monitor all DLP violations or block end users from sending sensitive content directly. They are also notified of any policy violations so they can quickly investigate and take action.
This feature is disabled by default, but can be enabled at domain, OU or group level according to a new update from the Google Workspace blog. Administrators can create DLP …