Google Cloud introduces Confidential Space to improve collaborative data analysis and ML model training


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Google Cloud has unveiled Confidential Space, designed to help foster collaboration using sensitive or regulated data securely across teams, organizations and borders. Another product in its portfolio of confidential computing is Confidential Space.

The new feature is made to enable businesses to carry out operations like joint data analysis and ML model training with confidence that their data will be safe from partners, such as their cloud service provider.

According to Google Cloud, Confidential Space is intended to reduce conflicts between data sharing and regulatory requirements by promoting collaboration while upholding data privacy.

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