Metomic for Gmail

Locate, Identify & Classify sensitive data
Easily remediate policy violations
Automate, Redact & Notify

Reduce the risk of a data breach and automate necessary security practices, so you can spend time growing your business.

Don’t wait for a breach to happen, secure your Gmail with Metomic now.

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Accurately identify sensitive data across your Gmail messages and files, so you know precisely where it is, and who has access to it.

Extensive off-the-shelf classifiers
Build your own classifiers
Scan files and unstructured data
Immediately locate the folder and file thanks to advanced filters


Get an overall threat-level view on the severity of the violations related to sensitive data in your Gmail.
Quickly remediate data security threats by tackling unresolved violations to improve your sensitive data footprint.

One single metric to help you assess progress
Tackle violations one by one or in batch
Prioritise the corrective actions with greatest impact


Configure rules within the Metomic Dashboard which will generate a violation when a data security threat is discovered in Gmail and trigger alerts.

Redact sensitive pieces of information
Customise data retention periods
Customise data redaction workflows
Automatically notify employees

Put compliance on autopilot, with no added risk

Best-in-class classification

Use Metomic's off-the-shelf data classifiers or create your own using our no-code data classifier builder.

Data Discovery API

Create your own data-driven workflows from any app using our Webhooks or Query API.

Secure architecture

Metomic's secure architecture helps you eliminate your security risks, without adding new ones.

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Interested in how Metomic can help you mitigate your security risks in Gmail?

Request a demo today to see how our platform can give you unparalleled visibility and control over your sensitive data.

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