Data protection and privacy is always a priority for financial services companies — which is why many of them became early adopters of the private cloud. Now, as the global regulatory compliance landscape becomes ever more complex and demanding, Google Cloud is helping these organizations meet today's compliance challenges via a public cloud infrastructure that offers data integrity, portability, and confidentiality.Read the whitepaper
How we help you meet your compliance goals
Google Cloud offers contractual commitments that are tailored to the financial services sector, and include audit rights for customers and regulators where required. For more information, contact your Google Cloud account representative.
When our customers move their data to Google Cloud we help them assess their regulatory and compliance needs, including meeting with financial services regulators to understand their requirements.
Security & privacy
GCP services are available in multiple locations worldwide. You're able to choose which facilities best meet your specific latency, availability and durability requirements.
We automatically encrypt your data both in transit outside of physical boundaries not controlled by Google and at rest by default, and provide numerous ways for you to control your own encryption keys and data access.
Google's industry-leading data security practices specify a rigorous process for dealing with any incident that might impact your data's confidentiality, integrity, or availability.
G Suite and GCP undergo several independent third-party audits on a regular basis to ensure that we can assist with your compliance journey. Here are some of the standards, regulations, and certifications that we follow or are certified against.
Work with Google
Tell us about your business, and our experts will help you build the right solution for your needs.
Work with a partner
Choose one of our global partners to integrate our services with your current security operations, add functionality and specific expertise in data protection, identity and user protection, infrastructure security, scanning, monitoring, logging, and more.