Deliver scalable, centralized, fast cloud key management
Help satisfy compliance, privacy, and security needs
Apply hardware security modules (HSMs) effortlessly to your most sensitive data
Use an external KMS to protect your data in Google Cloud and separate the data from the key
Approve or deny any request for your encryption keys based on clear and precise justifications
Scale your application to Google’s global footprint while letting Google worry about the challenges of key management, including managing redundancy, latency, and data residency.
Easily encrypt your data in the cloud using software-backed encryption keys, FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated HSMs, customer-provided keys or an External Key Manager.
Use customer-managed encryption keys (CMEK) to control the encryption of data across Google Cloud products while benefiting from additional security features, such as Google Cloud IAM and audit logs.
A cloud-hosted key management service that lets you manage symmetric and asymmetric cryptographic keys for your cloud services the same way you do on-premises. You can generate, use, rotate, and destroy AES256, RSA 2048, RSA 3072, RSA 4096, EC P256, and EC P384 cryptographic keys.
Toggle between software- and hardware-protected encryption keys with the press of a button. Host encryption keys and perform cryptographic operations in FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated HSMs. With this fully managed service, you can protect your most sensitive workloads without the need to worry about the operational overhead of managing an HSM cluster.
Encrypt data in integrated Google services with encryption keys that are stored and managed in a third-party key management system that’s deployed outside Google’s infrastructure. External Key Manager allows you to maintain separation between your data at rest and your encryption keys while still leveraging the power of cloud for compute and analytics.
Key Access Justifications works with Cloud EKM to greatly advance the control you have over your data. It’s the only product that gives you visibility into every request for an encryption key, a justification for that request, and a mechanism to approve or deny decryption in the context of that request. These controls are covered by Google’s integrity commitments.