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Google's Larry Page has stepped up security measures as Google's new CEO ever since Eric Schmidt stepped down in 2011. Google, the most widely used search engine in the world, is popular among users because it is valuable for their users by showing them the most relevant search results when users are looking for something.



By offering such a great user experience, they have a very direct relationship with their users. When a user wants to search an image or product, Google's search algorithm "magically" compiles relevant search results. In a swiftly changing industry, Google has managed to stay innovative.


Users don't always like the changes, but some grow to love them. When Google releases a product that isn't up to par to user's expectations or doesn't work, they know that it's easy for users to go to their competition which is a click away. User's have a lot of trust in Google with their searches and especially with their data in emails, documents, pictures, and accounts.


To retain the trust and ensure that user's information is safe, Google invests in security and tools for users such as 2-step verification (also called two factor authentication) and encryption. Their security efforts help thwart unauthorized access to user's information and also increases trust with Google and their users. Google also recently changed their privacy policies,


which gained a lot of interest from users, but ultimately changes were made so that Google can create a more intuitive experience across their products and create a better user experience for its users. Larry Page's update within Google's privacy policy was to create a more seamless experience across its services and products.


A way to create a more seamless experience is for users to stay logged in while using Google products such as Google Chrome, Google Docs, Gmail, Youtube.com, Google+, and Google Play.Google's implementation of security features like two factor authentication help improve the user experience by decreasing the likelihood of information and accounts being compromised.


One way a user can be verified using two factor authentication is by logging into their account using their login credentials and at the same time a one-time password is sent to their mobile phone to be entered into the website where access is being granted to verify them. This is a powerful way to authenticate users because not only do they use their login credentials to login (using a login and password),


they are sent a one-time password to their mobile device which let's Google know that they are who they say they are. The great thing about this two factor authentication method is that most users always have their cell phone on them so verifying them doesn't require the users to carry any additional hardware or software to install.


Users just need to be able to receive text messages through their mobile devices and they can receive a one-time password that hackers and intruders won't even be able to access even if their logins are compromised. With over 100 million users




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