Client-side encryption is available for Google Meet users of corporate Workspace.

Workspace client-side encryption (CSE) is coming to Google Meet after launching for Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

All of your data is already encrypted by Meet. at rest and in transit between our facilities client-side encryption provide customers full control over their encryption keys and the identity service they choose to use for key authentication.

The material, including audio and video, are rendered indecipherable even by Google thanks to this technology, which is targeted at businesses that require an extra layer of confidentiality. Client-side encryption can help with calls involving sensitive intellectual property and compliance in highly regulated industries.

CSE will first be made available for the Meet web client, with support for mobile apps and meeting room hardware to follow. Additionally, invitations to client-side encrypted calls can only be sent to members of your Workspace organization. In the future, visitor access will be made available. Along with those implementation specifics,

When client-side encryption is enabled, the call cannot begin until the organizer joins. If people arrive early, they must wait for the organizer to arrive before interacting with other participants. Some call media processing or parsing functions, like as cloud-based noise removal or closed captioning, won’t function. Dialing-in and out are not supported by client-side encryption. Offering our users the utmost level of protection and control over their data, bringing Client-side encryption to Meet is another important milestone in Google Workspaces’ sector-leading encryption work.

Client-side encrypted calls are supported by Google Workspace Enterprise Plus, Education Standard, and Education Plus clients. Not available to historical G Suite Basic and Business customers, as well as Google Workspace Essentials, Business Starter, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Education Fundamentals, The Teaching and Learning Upgrade, Frontline, and Nonprofits. In the future, Google says it will also add Workspace client-side encryption to Gmail and Calendar.

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