Гүүгл Аппс хэрэглэгчдэд зориулсан түгээмэл асуулт хариултууд
Гүүглийн бүтээгдэхүүнийг ашиглахад хүндрэл гарч байна уу? Хайсан хариултаа эндээс олоорой.
Хамгаалалттай холбоотой түгээмэл асуултууд
Миний дата мэдээллүүдийг сурталчилгааны зорилгоор ашигладаг уу?
Гүүгл миний мэдээллийг хэрхэн хамгаалдаг вэ?
Манай байгууллагад Европын холбооны мэдээллийн аюулгүй байдлын дүрэм үйлчилдэг. Манай байгууллага Гүүглийн бүтээгдэхүүнүүдийг ашиглаж болох уу?
Хэрэглэгчийн мэдээллийг эрх бүхий байгууллагаас шалгахыг хүссэн тохиодолд ямар арга хэмжээ авдаг вэ?
Гүүгл миний мэдээллийг шифрлэдэг /encrypt/ үү?
Би өөрийн мэдээллээ хамгаалахын тулд нэмэлт хамгаалалтын хэрэгсэл авах шаардлагатай юу?
Миний дата мэдээллүүдэд зөвшөөрөлгүй хандалт хийгдэхээс Гүүгл хэрхэн хамгаалдаг вэ?
Хэрэглэгч тус бүрт зориулан тохируулга хийж болох уу?
Гүүглийн ямар үйлчилгээнүүд ISO 27001 гэрчилгээтэй вэ?
Дэлгэрэнгүй мэдээлэл хаанаас авах вэ?
Top Security FAQs
Unlike Google’s consumer offerings, which may show ads, we do not
collect, scan or use your Google Apps data for advertising purposes
and do not display ads in Google Apps for Work, Education, or
Government core services. We use your data to provide the Google Apps
services, and for system support, such as spam filtering, virus
detection, spell-checking, capacity planning, traffic routing, and
the ability to search for emails and files within an individual
Put simply, the data that companies, schools and government agencies put into our Google Apps services does not belong to Google. Whether it’s corporate intellectual property, personal information or a homework assignment, Google does not own that data and Google does not sell that data to third parties.
Google was born in the cloud and has been built from the ground up to
mitigate the unique threats for cloud systems. We make the
performance and reliability used to run Google available to
businesses, schools and government institutions around the world.
The technology, scale and agility of our infrastructure bring unique security benefits to our customers.Our vast network of data centers are built with custom-designed servers, that run our own operating system for security and performance Because Google controls its entire hardware stack, we are able to quickly respond to threats that may emerge.
Google employs more than 550 full-time security and privacy professionals, including some of the world’s foremost experts in information, application and network security. Just like all teams at Google, this team is constantly innovating and making the future more secure, not just for Google’s billion users, but for the entire Internet.
It is this unique combination of people, technology and agility that ensure your data is secure at Google. For more information, check out the Google Apps Security Whitepaper.
Google designed Google Apps for Work with very stringent privacy and
security standards based on industry best practices. This helps our
customers address their compliance and regulatory requirements.
Google offers strong contractual commitments regarding data
ownership, data use, security, transparency and accountability.
Google undergoes several independent third-party audits on a regular basis. These independent auditors examine the controls present in our data centers, infrastructure and operations. Examples of these audits and standards include::
For customers that operate in regulated environments, Google Apps for Work is also compliant with HIPAA (U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act). Google Apps for Education can be used in compliance with laws and regulations important to schools.
Yes. Google has a broad customer base in Europe. Google provides capabilities and contractual commitments for our customers designed specifically to help them address EU data protection requirements and the guidance provided by the Article 29 Working Party. Google Apps offers EU Model Contract Clauses and a Data Processing Amendment. Additionally, Google Apps for Work has been assessed as appropriate for use with the UK government's Security Principles “OFFICIAL (including OFFICIAL- SENSITIVE)”
Respect for the privacy and security of data you store with Google underpins our approach to producing data in response to legal requests. When we receive such a request, our team reviews the request to make sure it satisfies legal requirements and Google's policies. Generally speaking, for us to produce any data, the request must be made in writing, signed by an authorized official of the requesting agency and issued under an appropriate law. If we believe a request is overly broad, we'll seek to narrow it. For more information, visit Google’s Transparency Report
Core customer data that is uploaded or created in Google Apps
services is encrypted at rest, as described in the help center article
This encryption happens at is it is written to disk, without the customer having to take any action. Google encrypts data with distinct encryption keys, even if they belong to the same customer. Data is encrypted using 128-bit or stronger Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).
Google encrypts core Google Apps data while it is “in transit” as well, whether it is traveling over the Internet between the customer and Google, or moving within Google as it shifts from one datacenter to another. We encrypt this data between Google and our customers using HTTPS with Perfect forward secrecy.
Yes, we store multiple customers’ information on the same serving
infrastructure. Customer data is stored on the same physical server;
however, this does not compromise data security. This enables the
high availability and low latency of our services, and means that we
can implement strong, consistent security practices at scale.
Our Apps products and storage system are designed and built from day-one to offer security at scale. Customer data access is controlled by an advanced security feature stack that ensures that access rights to customer data are tightly controlled. We believe so much in the security of our architecture that, we store our customers’ data in the same manner that we store our own data, and we use Google Apps to run our business, just as our customers do. By having a uniform environment that stores everyone's data, we can implement consistent security practices at scale. This also enables the high availability and low latency of our services.
Our systems are designed so that unauthorized parties cannot access your data. Your competitors can’t access your data, and you can’t access theirs. For more information, check out the Security Whitepaper.
Google has an outstanding track record of protecting user data. We protect this data from outside intrusions as well as insider threats. Our approach to outside threat management is extensively documented here. In addition, we tightly restrict and monitor any internal access to user data. The small set of employees with access is subject to rigorous authentication measures, detailed logging, and activity scanning to detect inappropriate access via log analysis.
Google offers the security features required for most customers
directly in Google Apps for Work. Google Apps for Work Unlimited
offers some additional security features, such as advanced Drive auditing and security keys management at
scale. In all editions, Google Apps for Work administrators have full
control over system configuration and applications from within a
single dashboard via our Admin console —regardless of the size of the
Administrators can access advanced tools out of the box, including authentication features like 2-Step Verification and single sign-on, or email security policies like secure transport (TLS) enforcement, IRM, and DLP, which can be configured in a few clicks.
For customers with specific needs beyond what is included in Google Apps for Work, we created a marketplace of partners and that extend our capabilities.
Yes. Google Apps, including Google Apps for Work, Education,
Nonprofits and Government, and Google App Engine have received a FedRAMP Authorization to Operate (ATO)
at the FIPS 199 Moderate impact level from the U.S. federal
government, , such as PII and Controlled Unclassified
Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is the required cloud security compliance standard for U.S. federal agencies. It is a government-wide program that helps agencies implement cloud-based technology using a standardized approach to security, authorization and monitoring.
Google Apps—including Google Apps for Work, and Education—as well as
Google Cloud Platform, Google Plus, Google Now, Google Analytics, and
Analytics Premium have achieved ISO 27001 certification.
ISO 27001 is one of the most widely recognized, internationally accepted independent security standards. This helps assure our customers that Google is committed to ongoing development and maintenance of a robust Information Security Management System (ISMS) and that an independent, third-party auditor will regularly audit and certify. You can view a copy of our ISO 27001 Certificate here.
In addition to ISO 27001 Google undergoes multiple independent third-party audits, to provide additional transparency and comfort about our security practices. Our audits are summarized in our summary compliance paper