Greater protection and control with three Gmail security tools

Gmail security features are now generally available. When you deploy and oversee security tools at scale, you can successfully shield your clients from dangers. With these updates now in GA, everybody in your association—from administrators to end clients—is very secure.

  • Security sandbox - which distinguishes the presence of previously unrevealed malware in attachment by virtually "executing" them in a private, safe sandbox condition
  • Advanced phishing and malware protection - which gives new controls to place messages into a quarantine, secure against strange attachment types, and shield your Google Groups from inbound caricaturing emails.
  • Gmail confidential mode - which gives the right to control the expiration date of the email

How to get started


  • Security sandbox: Note: available to G Suite Enterprise and G Suite Enterprise for Education editions only. Find and turn on the beta security sandbox feature at Admin console > Menu > Apps > G Suite > Gmail > Advanced settings. Use our Help Center to find more information on how to detect harmful attachments.
  • Advanced phishing and malware protection: Find and control these features at Admin console > Menu > Apps > G Suite > Gmail > Safety. You’ll find new options for anomalous attachment and groups spoofing protections, and see the quarantine option available for all controls. Use our Help Center to learn more about how to enhance phishing and malware protection.
  • Gmail confidential mode: This feature is on by default so no action is required to get started. To disable the feature, navigate to Admin console > Apps > G Suite > Settings for Gmail > User settings.

End users:

  • Security sandbox: No action needed.
  • Advanced phishing and malware protection: No action needed.
  • Gmail confidential mode

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