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SSO1 (gControl) IP Restriction allows the Google Apps Administrator to restrict access to Google Apps/Google For Work from specified set of public IP addresses. The administrator can define multiple policies for an organisation unit(OU) or for subset of user(s) giving access control only from a predefined IP address. The administrator can provide these IP's either through a CSV upload feature or through a specified user interface.
Any user(s) trying to access their Google Apps account using browser from unspecified IP addresses will be restricted even after providing RIGHT credentials. From security point of view even if the password/credentials are compromised the bad user will not be able to access the user's account thus protecting enterprise data from illegitimate access.
Google For Work is one of the best cloud office product in the market. It provides end user with plethora of features to be accessed anywhere, any time and on any device. Though these are big word for end users but these becomes challenge for IT and IT Security team. The IT security team is more concerned about the security of the enterprise data which is hosted outside the perimeter of enterprise.
SSO1 (gControl) IP Restriction feature allows administrator to White-list the list of IP addresses from where the organization would like its user(s) to access the Google Apps account. The IP address are the public IP address(WAN IP) of enterprise network. The feature provides creation of multiple policies based on OU or users.
SSO1 (gControl) IP restriction is one of the most popular features being used by our customers. 25% of our customers uses this feature to control access to their enterprise data from enterprise network or network known to the enterprise.
SSO1 (gControl) helps in restricting access control from a perticular device based on IP address on the similar principle of Whitelisting and Blacklisting IP address.
Here is how it works:
You can add Users ID and corporate Network IP's manually or upload the csv by clicking on the respective icons. Now when an end user tries to log in from unauthorized IP's they will get notified that user is not allowed to login from this system.