Google’s “By Default” Cloud Storage Encryption Means very Little

Last week I passed along Google’s announcement that they now encrypt all cloud storage by default. I mentioned how this was following Amazon’s offerings of encryption for their S3 storage service. We have been comparing Amazon’s client-side and server-side encryption in Learning Tree’s Cloud Security Essentials course for some time, and now Google’s new service […]
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The Patriot Act and the Cloud

A year ago, Microsoft’s U.K. managing director surprised many people by publicly admitting that Microsoft will hand over data stored in any of its worldwide facilities when asked to do so by the U.S. government. In fact, the cloud customers and their data subjects would not even be informed if there was a gag order […]
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