Supreme work flexibility, much decreased overhead costs and enhanced collaborations; it is no wonder that cloud computing, particularly Google Drive, have become the leading business tools of modern corporate entities. This trend is growing and is projected to grow further in the forthcoming years. As per Cisco-Global-Cloud-Index, around 78% workload would be processed by global cloud-based data centers by the year 2018. This is perhaps a good amount of data! But talking about the Google Drive security, in particular, it is a thing of concern for many enterprises today. Google Drive Security can be ascertained through data control policies that can be imposed by companies, wherein, admin can restrict users from free cloud data access. Data Loss Prevention or DLP techniques have been very successful is addressing such issues, and this comes as a part of cloud security module of CASB vendors. Letting the data leak into malicious hands and seep into insecure zones is something that enterprises cannot afford to ignore; and thus CASB is the only hope here. CloudCodes DLP for Google Drive security is a great way to address issues germinating from cloud computing practices. Data control is majorly done for avoiding any unauthorized transmissions of sensitive data and critical organizational info outside office networks through the use of personal Gmail accounts and other such free access ways being practiced under cloud work scenarios. Data Control is a part of DLP, from where, admin can define security categories. The sudden thought to block Google Drive use is something that is not at all practical owing to the numerous benefits enjoyed through it, therefore, CASB solution is the need of the hour!
In the Idle Timeout Internal, the admin can set hours and minutes for the session timeout policy. If the system remains idle for that particular time, then user would be logged out of that machine automatically. For Session Duration, admin can set the session logout for users as well as for organizational units. The system would automatically be logged out from CloudCodes for Business.
Under the G Suite section of Data Control, there are checkboxes available for None, Track as well as Block, which are given for the following: