Google has announced 30 security features for its Google Cloud Platform (GCP) at Google Cloud Next 2019, building on a two-year-long commitment to making its platforms more robust.
Prior to today’s announcement, Google Cloud had invested heavily into its security systems, launching more than 70 products and services in 2018 and with it now adding to that tally.
The company split its announcements over three different sectors:
- Security of the cloud: referring to the infrastructure that keeps GCP secure such as datacentres, network cables and its Titan chip
- Security in the cloud: features that allow customers to build secure applications for their businesses in their cloud environment e.g. encryption key management
- Security services: direct security-as-a-service solutions that Google is starting to provide
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