Google doesn’t just take online security seriously, it wants to ensure that you take it seriously as well. Later this month the company will be offering an extra 2GB of Google Drive storage to everyone who takes 5 minutes of their time to complete the company’s security checkup and make sure that you account is as secure as possible.
Here’s an easy way to get 2GB of Google Drive storage: In the next week, head to Google’s security checkup page and follow the instructions. On February 28, Google will credit your account with the additional cloud storage space. The security checkup takes less than 5 minutes to complete, and it’s simple — it asks you what your backup email address is, whether any recent account activity is odd, and to review the various apps you’ve given Google account permissions to (there are probably a lot.) Sure, 2GB of additional Google Drive space isn’t a ton (you get 15GB for free), but you probably should review your security settings anyway.