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Enhancing Encryption Key Control and Data Security in Google Cloud Platform - Solution Brief

Enhancing Encryption Key Control and Data Security in Google Cloud Platform - Solution Brief

When it comes to encryption keys, security best practice is all about control and separation between encrypted data-at-rest and the keys. Google Cloud encrypts customer data-at-rest by default and offers organizations multiple options to control and manage their encryption keys. For many organizations hosting sensitive data or looking to migrate workloads to the cloud, they require enhanced control and ownership over their encryption keys in order to meet compliance or internal security requirements. Google’s Cloud External Key Manager (EKM) API helps organizations achieve this next level of control over how and when their encryption keys are used to protect and access encrypted data. To help organizations benefit from this enhanced level of control, Thales has integrated their CipherTrust Key Broker service with Google’s Cloud EKM. The CipherTrust Key Broker for Google Cloud EKM is a service available on the industry leading Thales Data Protection on Demand platform.

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