Google Cloud steps up privacy, security with Confidential VMs and Assured Workloads

Stephanie Condon reports:

Google Cloud on Tuesday announced two new security offerings designed for customers with highly-regulated or sensitive data that requires extra protection in the cloud. The first, Confidential VMs, is the initial product in Google’s Confidential Computing portfolio, which promises to let customers keep data encrypted while in use. The second, Assured Workloads for Government, allows customers to configure workloads in a way that meets strict compliance requirements, without having to rely on a siloed “government cloud.”

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