Hi @man00604 As it turns out, since other parts of HubSpot access Google drive, Google requires us to allow access for any part of the tool that accesses a Google product. Google doesn't allow us to disable access at the user level.
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@sebastian_nfq did you get anywhere with this? As we have started to roll out HubSpot in to other areas of our business we have had push back because people don't see why they should have to hand over access to huge buckets of privet data and company IP just to use some basic features such as calendars or search console data. I don't want HubSpot to access our google drive AT ALL.
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@sebastian_nfq so, sort of:
On Gsuite Admin it's possible to disable Hubspot's access to Google Drive. Will the Gmail integration/functionality still work if Drive is disabled? This is unfortunately a dealbreaker for my company. I'm amazed that you request full access to Drive.
Unfortunately not. In testing the admin features, if you disconnect Drive on the Gsuite/admin side then it breaks the email/Hubspot integration. There is no workaround. Hubspot team claims they do not have any technology that leverages Drive connectivity so you're down to trust and terms.
In theory the web application firewall that HubSpot have will protect your 'instance' of HubSpot and keep it seperate to the rest of the systems HubSpot use. So, while your instance of HubSpot is conencted to your companies Google Drive, there should be no way for anyone at HubSpot (or anyone else with another HubSpot 'instance'), to access your google drive files and folders.
But, in practice, we only have their word on that. They also say that they use third party security companies to audit their system security, but we don't know that they actually act on the advice they may be given about vulnerabilities that exist.