Google Launched ‘SecurityCheckKiya’ Campaign: Google is launching a new campaign in India to check whether there is enough security to protect the data in your device. The campaign is actually a very good reason for all the Android smartphone users to check the level of security and it says that it doesn’t take much time to setup as well. There are different ways to set up security for your account.
Just like in the physical world where we are asked before stepping out of the house — “Main door lock kiya?”; on interacting with unknown people and accepting gifts from those we don’t trust — “strangers se baat toh nahi kiya?”; it’s now upon us to ask everyone Internet pe #SecurityCheckKiya [Have you done the security check yet?]. Google will make this information available on its homepage www.google.co.in, encouraging users to take the first step of Security Check on Safer Internet Day which will be celebrated on February 6.
The statement also added, All you need to do is take out 2 minutes to secure your account at g.co/securitycheckup. You can think of the Security Check-up as your own personal security advisor, taking you through specific recommendations to help keep your Google account safe. The Security Checkup provides a clear security status and personalized recommendations to strengthen your account security.
A green check mark means you’re good to go, and a yellow or red exclamation point means there’s at least one issue for you to take care of.Spotting phishing scams or dangerous websites can be a challenge, even for savvy web users. Google’s automated systems detect and warn you about sites with malware, or attempts to phish you.
To secure all personal data if an Android device is lost, users can download “Find My Device” app and it will help you to easily locate a lost Android device and keeps device and information secure.
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