How to improve Gmail security, Gmail security settings
Do you serious about your Gmail security? If yes then in this article, I will tell some ways to protect your Gmail account. This article about google Gmail security that make your Gmail more secure and Gmail security settings.
update your recovery options
Add your recovery phone number and Gmail address to your Gmail account this will helps to recover your Gmail account after suspicious activity
Encrypt your E-mails
Can I encrypt an email in Gmail?
If you want to encrypt your E-mail messages then get help from this extension your chrome browser
with this Gmail, you can work with Yahoo and outlook mail also,
Enable 2-Step Verification
In your Gmails ‘My accounts’ you will get the option of ‘password’ & ‘sign-in method’ Here you can Enable 2 step verification with your phone number. Whenever you signup it sends an OTP to your registered phone number to proceed with your sign in to your Gmail account.
Good password habit
keep your Gmail password strong and change your gmails password from time to time. it also prevents your Gmail account from hackers and unwanted sign in to your account. this includes creating unique & strong passwords. Turn on your password alert to get notified on every login
Checkout account history
At the bottom of the Gmail web interface ‘Last Account Activity’ click on this option. Here you can see the login history of your Google Gmail account.
sign in incognito mode
if you are checking your Gmail computer at the public place. Be carefully ‘sign in’ to Gmail account with incognito mode.
To on incognito mode go to your google chrome and press the keys ‘CTRL
+SHIFT+N’ now you’re in incognito mode
And this will prevent to save your history and password.
Avoid suspicious activity on Gmail account
never disclose your personal info on fake calls or messages.if you get any suspicious emails then report spam or phishing to prevent your account.
Check the email address and sender name match this will help to identify fake emails. Always make sure that there is no unfamiliar activity with your Gmail account.