Google announced new security warnings for Gmail to keep emails safer from phishing and threats.
If an email sender cannot be authenticated, Gmail will display a question mark in place of the sender’s profile photo, corporate logo, or avatar. This information was previously available with a few clicks, but now it will be more obvious for the end user.
The update is the latest Google initiative to make the platform better for enterprise users, along with email encryption efforts and the elevation of Google+ to a core service for Google Apps for Work customers, among other programs.
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