[HackerNews] Google Workspace Now Offers Client-side Encryption For Drive and Docs

Google on Monday announced that it’s rolling out client-side encryption to Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), thereby giving its enterprise customers direct control of encryption keys and the identity service they choose to access those keys.
“With client-side encryption, customer data is indecipherable to Google, while users can continue to take advantage of Google’s native web-based

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