To encourage website owners and service providers to move to HTTPS, Google began sending out emails to remind them that their sites will be marked as insecure if they don’t comply. This is the latest step in the search giant’s long-term effort of creating a safer web experience for every user.
Along with the recent release of Google’s new OS Android 8.0 Oreo, they also released a new security suite known as Google Play Protect.
Google Play Protect has just rolled out to Android user devices, further beefing up their security.
This National Internet Safety Month, Google launches Be Internet Awesome, a campaign that aims to teach kids to explore the internet safely, smartly, and confidently. Who said that learning internet safety should be technical and boring?