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Google Cloud Storage will encrypt all data
Google, any data that is stored in its Cloud Storage platform standard encryption. For the encryption used Google AES-128 standard, which also applies to encrypt its own data.
Google logo : Users of the platform have nothing to do with the functionality to use: Google’s servers control the encryption automatically. Every Cloud Storage object is encrypted using the AES-128 encryption, and encryption keys are in turn also encrypted again with a set of master keys which are changed regularly according to Google. Google says to encrypt. Their data in the same way
The functionality is already being active for all new data is written. The coming months will Google all existing data on the platform migration and encrypt. Google advises users who want to have their encryption to encrypt their data first locally and only upload. Cloud platform to the next control itself Competitor Amazon offers though already been scrambling for customers of its cloud storage service S3, and uses the heavier AES-256 variant.Viewing:-95
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