Google has always given us the top safety measures, with being able to control your privacy settings, activity control and being given a choice to delete your search history at any given time.
However, Google has decided that this isn’t enough as it went ahead to implement on of the top security measures whenever you want to access your emails, or any other private searchers which requires your personal information.
Earlier on this year, Google revealed that extra security measures with ‘Nest accounts’ will require extra security measures for signing-in.
This will mean for those who haven’t verified their two based factor authentication, or migrate to their actual google account will have to verify their details via email every time they log in.
The tech giant has announced that starting from the 1st of May, it will be enforcing their extra security measures for all Nest products.
It has been said, that all users will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org followed by a six digit code to verify if they are truly using their own account that they’re trying to access. Google said,
“we will notify users before making the security change. For now, were only advising Nest owners to ensure that they still have access to the email they use for Nest. ”
In addition, I strongly believe that google has lived up to the bar by constantly delivering to its customers. However, this was expected from them as Google it’s considered as the world’s biggest search engine platform.