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Identifying vulnerabilities and protecting you from phishing

Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) works to counter targeted and government-backed hacking against Google and the people who use our products. Following our November update, today we’re sharing the latest insights to fight phishing, and for security teams, providing more details about our work identifying attacks against zero-day vulnerabilities.  Protecting you from phishing We have a long-standing policy to send you a warning if we detect that your account is a target of government-backe...
Tags: Firefox, Google, North Korea, Iran, Sandworm, Toni Gidwani, Threat Analysis Group, Threat Analysis Group TAG


Supporting the 2020 U.S. election

The 2020 election season officially kicks off with the Iowa caucuses today. Building on our work to support the operations and security of the 2020 U.S. Census, we’re sharing more about what we’re doing to tackle abuse on our platforms, equip campaigns, and help voters.  Tackling threats and abuse Our Trust and Safety teams span the globe to monitor and disrupt account hijackings, inauthentic activity, disinformation campaigns, coordinated attacks, and other forms of abuse on our platforms o...
Tags: Google, Google Play, Fbi, Iowa, Safety And Security, Public Policy, Google Ads YouTube, Kristie Canegallo, Threat Analysis Group, Foreign Influence Task Force, Information Project, Google Civic Information API


Protecting users from government-backed hacking and disinformation

Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG) works to counter targeted and government-backed hacking against Google and our users. This is an area we have invested in deeply for over a decade. Our daily work involves detecting and defeating threats, and warning targeted users and customers about the world’s most sophisticated adversaries, spanning the full range of Google products including Gmail, Drive and YouTube.In the past, we’ve posted on issues like phishing campaigns, vulnerabilities and disinfor...
Tags: Google, South Korea, Youtube, Russia, Africa, Ukraine, South Africa, Play Store, Papua, West Papua, Safety And Security, Sandworm, Shane Huntley, Gmail Drive, Google Play Protect, Threat Analysis Group



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