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Google is handing customers the keys to their own encrypted data, reports CloudPro.co.uk. This is instead of making them rely on Google’s own security tools. While the tech giant says its key encrypts data with industry-standard AES-256 bit encryption, it said it knows some organisations may want to enhance their protection by adding their own keys into the mix. “Security is at the core of Google’s architecture – we’ve spent years developing on of the world’s most advanced and secure infrastructures,” states Leonard Law, one of Google’s product managers. “We’re committed to providing you great security, and giving you more control over how you manage security on Google Cloud Platform.”

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