The EU Cloud Code of Conduct, which aims to help IT buyers source GDPR-compliant cloud services, has found favour with the European Data Protection Board.
Whistleblowers say they were forced out after flagging problems with e-commerce giant’s data security and compliance.
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity Publishes a Draft Certification Scheme for Cloud Services
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) published a draft scheme for cloud services
A proposed executive order that could keep American cloud computing companies out of certain foreign countries is being circulated within the Trump administration.
Cloud Industry Unites to Create Global Standard for Transfer of Personal Data following ‘Schrems II’ ruling
The creators of the data protection market standard for cloud, the EU Cloud Code of Conduct, announced work is underway on a proposed legal solution for the transfer of personal data outside the EU. Once approved by data protection authorities, the solution could be an alternative to the recently annulled EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, previously relied […]
Google, Dropbox and Apple accused of not clarifying terms and conditions of the consumers’ data in Italy
Apple, Google and Dropbox can be the center of the investigation carried out in Italy on cloud services. Complaints associated with terms and conditions about human data recorded. As per an announcement made by the Italy competition authorities, it is said that they will be looking into the cloud storage services very soon. The cloud […]
In the wake of landmark ruling by Europe’s top court Europe’s lead data protection regulator has fired its own warning shot at the region’s data protection authorities (DPAs), essentially telling them to get on and do the job of intervening to stop people’s data flowing to third countries where it’s at risk. In its ruling […]
Use of personal devices when accessing cloud services and the sprawl of high-risk cloud services drive new areas of risk for companies using the cloud. Seventy-nine percent of companies store sensitive data in the public cloud, according to a McAfee survey. While these companies approve an average of 41 cloud services each, up 33 percent […]
A report based on a survey of over 700 respondents from the United States, Canada and UK, foundthat 60% of respondents misunderstand the shared responsibility model for cloud security and incorrectly believe the cloud provider is responsible for securing privileged access. Furthermore, 68% of organisations are not employing a common security model or enforcing least […]