“Encryption is absolutely critical to any company managing their own systems, transmitting data over a network or storing sensitive data, including sensitive system configurations. Cloud KMS makes it easy to implement best practices for secret management, and its low latency allows us to use it for protecting frequently retrieved secrets. Cloud KMS gives us the cryptographic tools necessary to protect our secrets, and the features to keep encryption practical.” — Leonard Austin, CTO at Ravelin.
“Gemalto is dedicated to multi-cloud enterprise key management by ensuring customers have the best choices to maintain high assurance key ownership and control as they migrate operations, workloads and data to the cloud. Gemalto KeySecure has supported Client-Side Encryption with Google Cloud Storage for years, and is now extending support for Customer Supplied Encryption Keys (CSEK)." — Todd Moore SVP of Encryption Products at Gemalto
"We are excited to announce the first of many powerful capabilities leveraging Google's Customer Supplied Encryption Keys (CSEK). Our new Ionic Protect for Cloud Storage solution enables developers to simply and seamlessly use their own encryption keys with the full capabilities of the Ionic platform while natively leveraging Google Cloud Storage.” — Adam Ghetti, Founder and CEO of Ionic
"KeyNexus helps customers supply their own keys to encrypt their most sensitive data across Google Cloud Platform as well as hundreds of other bring-your-own-key (BYOK) use cases spanning SaaS, IaaS, mobile and on-premise, via secure REST APIs. Customers choose KeyNexus as a centralized, platform-agnostic, key management solution which they can deploy in numerous highly available, scalable and low latency cloud or on-premise configurations. Using KeyNexus, customers are able to supply keys to encrypt data server-side using Customer-Supplied Encryption Keys (CSEKs) in Google Cloud Storage and Google Compute Engine" — Jeff MacMillan, CEO of KeyNexus
“Protected by FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified hardware, the Thales nShield HSM uses strong methods to generate encryption keys based on its high-entropy random number generator. Following generation, nShield exports customer keys into the cloud for one-time use via Google’s Customer-Supplied Encryption Key functionality. Customers using Thales nShield HSMs and leveraging Google Cloud Platform can manage their encryption keys from their own environments for use in the cloud, giving them greater control over key material” — Sol Cates, Vice President Technical Strategy at Thales e-Security
“Virtru offers business privacy, encryption and data protection for Google Cloud. Virtru lets you choose where your keys are hosted and how your content is encrypted. Whether for Google Cloud Storage, Compute Engine or G Suite, you can upload Virtru-generated keys to Google’s CSEK or use Virtru’s client-side encryption to protect content before upload. Keys may be stored on premise or in any public or private cloud." — John Ackerly, Founder and CEO of Virtru