Resmo integrates with Google Workspace to make sure your asset landscape is safe and compliant.
What does Resmo offer Google Workspace users?
Collect and visualize Google Workspace resources
Query assets like customers, domains, groups, users, tokens, and more
Set up rules for continuous security and compliance evaluation
Receive near real-time notifications when a rule breach occurs
Use conformance packs to automate security best practices and compliance checks
How does the integration work?
Resmo has an official OAuth application that you can install securely once you sign up for a Resmo account. Our application uses API calls to make the initial polling and receive existing resources.
API polling uses API calls to sync your Google Workspace assets with Resmo.
Exposing Audit reports over a channel let us track changes with actor information in real-time.
Resmo Google Workspace integration collects users, groups, group members, tokens, role assignments, and more for unified monitoring on a single platform.
See the full list:
Common queries and rules
List users per assigned role
Identify users without a recovery phone number
Detect groups with content moderation permission for all users
Identify users with public SSH keys
See custom roles and privileges
How to install
Create or log in to your Resmo account.
Go to your Integrations page. Then, add Google Workspace.
Type the integration name and click the Create button.
4. You'll be redirected to the Google consent screen. You need to select all permissions and click the Continue button.
Google Workspace consent screen
5. You are ready! Now you can start querying your Google Workspace resources!
Permissions and Resmo Resources
Resmo requires at least View customer related information permission to provide its functionality.
If you do not give permission View audit reports for your G Suite domain or you do not have that permission at your Google Workspace, Resmo will not be able to track changes with actor information in real-time.
You will be informed about the resources that are not eligible to be accessed by Resmo due to missing permissions on the integration page.
How to uninstall
If you remove access to Resmo on Google Security, we don't delete the integration on our side, so you can continue seeing your resources and query them.
Coming Soon: We are working on adding a mark to show you that you deleted the integration and it is not receiving updates anymore.
If you delete the integration on Resmo, you need to remove access of Resmo at Google Security too. The automatic deletion is coming soon.