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  • Need for speed: How Matt helped Google Fiber upgrade internet service - Google Careers
    Related stories Hangout on Air IT teams at Google Ben Fried our CIO that s our head of IT hosts a Hangout on Air with See more Google CIO runs IT on trust and transparency When it comes to giving our employees the tools they need to be the most See more Google Scale changes everything Forbes digs into what it means to organize the world s information to make

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  • How we hire - Google Careers
    be looking to check out your coding skills and technical areas of expertise How You Think We re less concerned about grades and transcripts and more interested in how you think We re likely to ask you some role related questions that provide insight into how you solve problems Show us how you would tackle the problem presented don t get hung up on nailing the right answer Googleyness We want to get a feel for what makes you well you We also want to make sure this is a place you ll thrive so we ll be looking for signs around your comfort with ambiguity your bias to action and your collaborative nature How we decide There are also a few other things we do to make sure we re always hiring the right candidate for the right role and for Google We collect feedback from multiple Googlers At Google you work on tons of projects with different groups of Googlers across many teams and time zones To give you a sense of what working here is really like some of your interviewers could be potential teammates but some interviewers will be with other teams This helps us see how you might collaborate and fit in at Google overall Independent committees of Googlers help us ensure we re hiring for the long term An independent committee of Googlers review feedback from all of the interviewers This committee is responsible for ensuring our hiring process is fair and that we re holding true to our good for Google standards as we grow We believe that if you hire great people and involve them intensively in the hiring process you ll get more great people Over the past couple of years we ve spent a lot of time making our hiring

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  • Secure your passwords – How you can stay safe and secure online – Good to Know – Google
    Then repeat this process for other sites Set up your password recovery options and keep them up to date If you forget your password or get locked out you need a way to get back into your account Many services will send an email to you at a recovery email address if you need to reset your password so make sure your recovery email address is up to date and an account you can still access Sometimes you can also add a phone number to your profile to receive a code to reset your password via text message Having a mobile phone number on your account is one of the easiest and most reliable ways to help keep your account safe For example service providers can use the phone number to challenge those who try to break into your account and can send you a verification code so you can get into your account if you ever lose access Giving a recovery phone number to Google won t result in you being signed up for marketing lists or getting more calls from telemarketers Your mobile phone is a more secure identification method than your recovery email address or a security question because unlike the other two you have physical possession of your mobile phone However if you can t or don t want to add a phone number to your account many websites may ask you to choose a question to verify your identity in case you forget your password If the service you re using allows you to create your own question try to come up with a question that has an answer only you would know and isn t something that you ve posted about publicly or shared on social media Try to find a way to make

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  • Prevent identity theft – How you can stay safe and secure online – Good to Know – Google
    from you so be careful how you respond Common tactics include asking you to urgently send them money claiming to be stranded in another country or saying that their phone has been stolen so they cannot be called The message may also tell you to click on a link to see a picture article or video which actually leads you to a site that might steal your information so think before you click Never enter your password if you ve arrived at a site by following a link in an email or chat that you don t trust Even if you think it s a site that you trust like your bank it s better to go directly to the site by using a bookmark or typing in the site s address directly into the browser Don t send your password via email and don t share it with others Your passwords are the key to your accounts and services online and just like in your offline life you should be careful who you give your keys to Legitimate sites and services won t ask you to send them your passwords via email so don t respond if you get requests for your passwords to online sites Because your passwords are so important you should think carefully before deciding to share them with others even friends and family When you share your passwords there is a greater risk that someone may misuse your accounts by accessing information you don t want them to or using the account in ways you don t approve For example if you share your email password with someone that person might read your personal emails try to use your email account to access other online services you might use like banking or social sites or use your account to impersonate you Finally when you share your password with someone you will have to rely on them to keep it secure they may share it with others on purpose or by accident Pay close attention when asked to sign in online Check for signals about your connection with the website First look at the address bar in your browser to see if the URL looks real You should also check to see if the web address begins with https which signals that your connection to the website is encrypted and more resistant to snooping or tampering Some browsers also include a padlock icon in the address bar beside https to indicate more clearly that your connection is encrypted and you are more securely connected Report suspicious emails and scams Most email providers including Gmail allow you to do this Reporting a suspicious message in Gmail will help block that user from sending you more emails and help our abuse team stop similar attacks Good to Know How you can stay safe and secure online Secure your passwords Prevent identity theft Avoid scams Keep your device clean Signing in and signing out Lock your screen or device

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  • Avoid scams – How you can stay safe and secure online – Good to Know – Google
    that their phone has been stolen so that they cannot be called The message may also tell you to click on a link to see a picture article or video which actually leads you to a site that might steal your information so think before you click Do your research When shopping online research the seller and be wary of suspiciously low prices just like you would if you were buying something at a local store Scrutinize online deals that seem too good to be true No one wants to get tricked into buying fake goods People who promise normally non discounted expensive products or services for free or at 90 off likely have malicious intent If you use Gmail you may see a warning across the top of your screen if you re looking at an email our system says might be a scam if you see this warning think twice before responding to that email Watch out for scams using the Google brand Google does not run a lottery We do not charge training fees for new employees if you receive an email saying you have been hired by Google but have to pay a training fee before you can start it is a scam Watch out for people claiming to sell cars using Google Wallet Find out more about various scams using the Google brand When in doubt play it safe Do you just have a bad feeling about an ad or an offer Trust your gut Only click on ads or buy products from sites that are safe reviewed and trusted Many online shopping platforms have trusted merchants sellers programs These sellers typically have a visible stamp of approval on their profiles Make sure that the stamp or certificate is legitimate by reviewing the shopping platforms guidelines If the platform doesn t offer a similar program take a look at the number of reviews and the quality of reviews on the seller And if you clicked on or saw a bad ad on Google please let us know so we can take action Additional help Several organizations may help you report and resolve any complaints The Better Business Bureau and the National Consumers League both offer information The Federal Trade Commission FTC handles complaints about deceptive or unfair business practices To file a complaint visit www ftc gov ftc contact shtm You may wish to file a report with the appropriate authorities and or your regional fraud reporting center such as the Internet Crime Complaint Center www ic3 gov a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National White Collar Crime Center If your complaint is against a company in a foreign country you may be able to report complaints at www econsumer gov Good to Know How you can stay safe and secure online Secure your passwords Prevent identity theft Avoid scams Keep your device clean Signing in and signing out Lock your screen or device Report abuse and illegal activity Check your

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  • Keep your device clean – How you can stay safe and secure online – Good to Know – Google
    may prevent you from leaving a page if you land on it for example by repeatedly opening a download prompt If this happens use your computer s task manager or activity monitor to close your browser When in doubt use trusted bookmarks for important sites use your search engine to navigate to the site or type the site address directly into your browser You should also check to see if the web address begins with https which signals that your connection to the website is encrypted and more resistant to snooping or tampering When you do install software make sure you re getting the software from a trusted source Some programs bundle malware as part of their installation process Before you start a download there are a few simple steps you can take to help reduce your risk of downloading malware along with the software you want Check the reputation of the store is it an authoritative source like your phone or browser s built in app store or the developer s website as opposed to an unfamiliar third party download site You can also check the reputation of the developer by looking at what others have said about them in the past Check for online review or comments about that particular download If you see that many people didn t like it or had a bad experience you might not want to download it yourself If you notice something suspicious after your download such as significant computer slowness unexpected pop ups or messages or unfamiliar billing charges uninstall the software immediately and make sure your anti virus is running and up to date Many browsers will warn you if you try to go to a website that is suspected of hosting malware If you get a warning that a site you want to visit may not be safe look at the URL and think carefully about whether you want to visit the site or not Even if you have visited the site before criminals may have compromised the site since the last time you visited so it may not be safe to go to until the site s owners have cleaned up their site If your computer is infected with malware remove it as soon as you can One way to clean your computer is to scan it with at least one and ideally a few high quality antivirus products We can t vouch for their programs effectiveness but trying the latest versions of any of them often makes a difference You may also use the site av comparatives org to find other anti virus software and review test results avast AVG AVIRA BitDefender ESET Smart Security F Secure G DATA Kaspersky Lab Internet Security McAfee MacScan for Mac users Microsoft Security Essentials Norton Internet Security TrendMicro Malwarebytes Good to Know How you can stay safe and secure online Secure your passwords Prevent identity theft Avoid scams Keep your device clean Signing in and signing out Lock your screen

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  • Signing in and signing out – How you can stay safe and secure online – Good to Know – Google
    computers often use 2 step verification to help keep your account safe and be extra careful to sign out of your accounts and shut down your browser when you have finished using the web Good to Know How you can stay safe and secure online Secure your passwords Prevent identity theft Avoid scams Keep your device clean Signing in and signing out Lock your screen or device Report abuse and illegal activity Check your Gmail settings Use secure networks Manage multiple accounts Know your Google security and privacy tools How you can protect your family online Google s safety tools Reporting inappropriate content Sharing controls and privacy settings Advice on safety issues from our partners Tips from parents at Google FAQ Learn how Google helps protects you Helping combat identity theft Protecting you from personal fraud and scams Working to help keep your computer and device clean Making the Internet safer for everyone Know your web Jargon buster Internet 101 Google Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum Good to Know School Roadshow Partners Learn more Change language or region Afrikaans Afrikaans Suid Afrika Bahasa Indonesia Bahasa Indonesia Indonesia Bahasa Melayu Català Čeština Čeština Česká republika Dansk Deutsch Deutsch Deutschland Eesti English

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  • Lock your screen or device – How you can stay safe and secure online – Good to Know – Google
    Preferences For your phone or tablet locking your device with a PIN or pattern helps provide an extra layer of security for your data On Android devices you can set your lock by following these simple steps Good to Know How you can stay safe and secure online Secure your passwords Prevent identity theft Avoid scams Keep your device clean Signing in and signing out Lock your screen or device Report abuse and illegal activity Check your Gmail settings Use secure networks Manage multiple accounts Know your Google security and privacy tools How you can protect your family online Google s safety tools Reporting inappropriate content Sharing controls and privacy settings Advice on safety issues from our partners Tips from parents at Google FAQ Learn how Google helps protects you Helping combat identity theft Protecting you from personal fraud and scams Working to help keep your computer and device clean Making the Internet safer for everyone Know your web Jargon buster Internet 101 Google Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum Good to Know School Roadshow Partners Learn more Change language or region Afrikaans Afrikaans Suid Afrika Bahasa Indonesia Bahasa Indonesia Indonesia Bahasa Melayu Català Čeština Čeština Česká republika Dansk Deutsch Deutsch

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