Google Professional Cloud Architect: Designing Google Cloud Cryptography
Google Cloud | Intermediate
- 10 videos | 53m 41s
- Includes Assessment
- Earns a Badge
Cryptography is one of the most important cornerstones to modern cybersecurity. Encryption is a particularly vital part of maintaining an environment that is compliant and trustworthy to customers. In this course, you will learn how Google Cloud manages the various types of keys that are used to perform cryptography. You will explore the different ways encryption can be applied to data at rest as well as data in transit. You will discover how secrets are kept in Google Cloud. Finally, you will focus on use cases that you can expect to encounter in an exam environment. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Google Professional Cloud Architect exam.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Discover the key concepts covered in this courseIdentify the needs and tools for managing symmetric and asymmetric cryptographic keys for cloud servicesDescribe the benefits of using differently sourced keys for cryptography in google cloudDescribe the process used to encrypt data at rest with customer managed keysDescribe the process used to managed encrypted buckets in google cloud storage
Identify methods to encrypt data as it is stored in different locations in a google cloud infrastructureDescribe the integration of secret manager with the storage of api keys, passwords, certificates, and other sensitive dataDescribe the process of creating secrets using secret managerIdentify potential security cryptography decisions in google case studiesSummarize the key concepts covered in this course
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