Google Now Lets Developers Bring Their Own Security Keys To Compute Engine

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5399162987_5d0402e809_o Starting today, developers who use Google’s Compute Engine infrastructure as a service platform will be able to bring their own security keys to the service. Google argues that using these customer-supplied encryption keys, which are now in public beta, give its users more control over their data security.
By default, Google encrypts all of the data on its service with an AES-256 bit… Read More