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Slack Enterprise Key Management (EKM) is a security add-on for the Enterprise Grid plan. Using your own encryption keys, you can control and get visibility into how your org's data is accessed in Slack.
Note:EKM may work differently, or be subject to certain limitations, when used with different features or functions of the Slack Service.
How Slack EKM works
Use your own encryption keys (stored in Amazon's Key Management Service) to encrypt messages and files.
You can revoke key access granularly, so that members of your Slack org experience minimal disruption.
Org members can use Slack as normal, even if some data has restricted access.
With data residency for Slack, new EKM customers can choose to create and store encryption keys in a specific data region.