Speakers: Dr. Anton Chuvakin, Head of Security Solution Strategy, Google Cloud Dr. Anand Kashyap, CTO and Founder, Fortanix
Today the very concept of “using public cloud” is inseparably connected to “trusting your cloud provider.” While many have taken that leap of faith, there are important workloads that organizations and regulatory bodies are reluctant to move to the cloud because they can’t verifiably prevent the cloud provider from getting access to their data.
What if you could move data to the cloud without your cloud provider having access to the data or the encryption keys?
Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is the first public cloud to announce the availability of External Key Manager (EKM) with early adopter PayPal, using Fortanix to store and manage encryption keys off-cloud for data encrypted in GCP. One year later, this webinar will examine how customers are using GCP EKM and Fortanix to move sensitive data in financial services, healthcare, and government onto the public cloud, while ensuring that the organization maintains control of the encryption keys and data at all times.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
- Real-world use cases where customers are using external key management to solve data security challenges
- A cloud data security control model for understanding the differences and trade-offs between public cloud data security options.
- Using virtual data sovereignty to solve regional data residency requirements
- Compliance interpretations that require or encourage External Key Management
- How to implement centralized key management for multicloud data security