back to article Cloud nine to cloud nein: Google beefs up punters' data encryption to fend off cyber-thieves

Google is taking new steps to ensure the volumes of data it stores for businesses are properly protected. The ad-slinging network is introducing new security features to its cloud platform, including "Key Access Justification," now in alpha, which lets customers approve or deny every request for the key that decrypts their …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    This is just google ensuring others never have access to the troves of data it keep on you

    Google's Updated Privacy & Security Policy: You can control everyone who sees your data. Except us.

    1. TReko

      Re: This is just google ensuring others never have access to the troves of data it keep on you

      You can always use an end-to-end encryption app like SyncDocs, that way only you can see the data.

      However, many of the GCP features don't like encrypted data, and Google ain't gonna fix that soon.

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