Best practices guide to Securing Rendering Workloads on Google Cloud Platform (GCP)




The ability to secure your workloads on the cloud is at the center of stakes in our ever-connected data-driven era where Data must be encrypted at all times, where access to resources must be carefully controlled, and any changes must be logged, both on-premises and in the cloud.
Google has presented best practices guide to Securing Rendering Workloads on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). I can observe that, this guide, coupled with Google Cloud’s security, core compliance and MPAA best practices, can help any organization concerned with cloud security.
This document will evolve along with GCP's security features, and you can sign up for a trial at no cost to learn more about securing your workloads on the cloud.

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