End-to-end encryption will soon be added to Gmail, according to a statement from Google. Users will gain an additional layer of data protection as a result. Limited to Google Workspace Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, and Standard Education customers, encrypted email is presently in beta.
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Those who want to use the service must complete an application and join up for the Client Side Encryption (CSE) beta. The deadline for applications to be submitted is January 20, 2023.
According to Bleeping Computer, users of Google Drive, Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Google Meet, and Google Calendar already have access to CSE.
Furthermore, at the moment, users cannot access this personal Google account. According to Google, the product will be released to the public in 2023. Google stated in a blog post announcing the beta that it will enhance user data privacy. According to Google, the client-side encryption functionality won’t be enabled by default.
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