Today is Safer Internet Day and, to mark the big day, Google is giving away 2GB of Google Drive storage to anyone who carries out a security audit on their account.
The tech giant’s security checkup only takes a couple of minutes and reviews account recovery options, connected devices, services with permissions on your account, and 2-step verification settings.
Online tech blogs suggest that the 2GB of storage might not show up in accounts immediately, but the good news is that when it does it will stay there permanently.
This is the second year running Google has made the offer and comes on the back of a number of announcements made by the company which attempt to boost security and privacy online.
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