Taking advantage of the benefits of cloud computing requires businesses to refine how they think and operate. Trust is a core component of this change, since businesses no longer have direct control over parts of their infrastructure that they used to. Success in the cloud requires earning our customers' trust, and we work hard at Google Cloud to build trust through transparency and put customers in control of their data. Confidential computing aims to create computing environments that can help protect applications and data while they are in use - even from privileged access, including from the cloud provider itself. The most common approach for implementing key parts of confidential computing is using trusted execution environments (TEEs) to build software enclaves. Confidential computing environments can help protect customers sensitive information from Malicious insiders, Network vulnerabilities, Compromised host OS, and even BIOS compromise. Google's Confidential Computing team innovates on leading-edge technology and products to help deliver a more secure cloud for our customers and for Google itself. Existing investment areas include Asylo, Google's open sourced framework for running applications in protected enclaves using trusted execution environments, as well as Titan, a hardware root of trust technology developed by Google to help provide a hardware root of trust in our cloud. Google Cloud helps millions of employees and organizations empower their employees, serve their customers, and build what's next for their business - all with technology built in the cloud. Our products are engineered for security, reliability and scalability, running the full stack from infrastructure to applications to devices and hardware. And our teams are dedicated to helping our customers - developers, small and large businesses, educational institutions and government agencies - see the benefits of our technology come to life.