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Customer Managed Encryption Keys for Power Automate - Now Generally Available

Customer Managed Encryption Keys for Power Automate - Now Generally Available

Power Automate has announced the general availability of Customer Managed Encryption Keys, which allows customers to use their own encryption keys to secure their Power Automate data at rest. This feature was previously in public preview but has now been released as a fully supported capability. With this new capability, customers can have greater control over the security of their data by using their own encryption keys. This is a significant step forward in ensuring the security and privacy of sensitive data in Power Automate.

For organizations that deal with sensitive data, this new feature provides an added layer of protection and peace of mind knowing that they can control the keys used to encrypt and decrypt their data. This announcement will be welcomed by customers who prioritize data security and want greater control over their encryption keys.

Overall, the general availability of Customer Managed Encryption Keys is a positive development for Power Automate users. With data breaches and security threats becoming increasingly common, this added security feature is a timely and necessary addition to the platform.

Link to the announcement: Announcing General Availability of Customer Managed Keys for new environments in Power Automate

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