Cloud computing and privacy series: security requirements and guidance (part 3 of 6) The issues related to confidentiality and security play an important role in data protection.
This is even more so when considering an information technology environment, and thus when considering cloud computing. Security is therefore at the forefront of current issues that private but also public stakeholders must face today. In this third article of our cloud computing and privacy series (see our previous articles here and here), we examine some of the security requirements and guidance that apply to cloud computing in the EU and in certain key Member States(1). Legal security requirements. Cloud computing and privacy series: the general legal framework (part 1 of 6) In the first of our new cloud computing and privacy series, we consider the general legal framework that applies to cloud computing and look at existing case-law, both at EU level and in various Member States.
The next articles in our series will address more specific questions, namely the data protection legal framework; the security requirements and guidance; the anonymisation and pseudonymisation of data; the breach notification requirements; and the processing of health data in a cloud environment. This series of articles has been made possible thanks to the CoCo Cloud project (www.coco-cloud.eu) funded under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme, and of which Bird & Bird LLP is a partner. Said project aims to establish a platform allowing cloud users to securely and privately share their data in the cloud. Overview of the cloud computing legal framework across the EU. Cloud computing and privacy series: security requirements and guidance (part 3 of 6)
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This week saw the European Commission (EC) and the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) both release guidance on security within cloud computing. The Problem of 'Personal Data' in Cloud Computing - What Information is Regulated? The Cloud of Unknowing, Part 1 by W. Kuan Hon, Christopher Millard, Ian Walden. W.
Kuan Hon Queen Mary University of London, School of Law - Centre for Commercial Law Studies Christopher Millard Queen Mary University of London, School of Law - Centre for Commercial Law Studies; Oxford Internet Institute Ian Walden.
Creative Industries / Pressure mounts on EU cloud deal as deadline looms. BRUSSELS - The European Commission is under pressure to keep to its self-imposed September deadline to publish an EU cloud computing strategy, as new evidence revealed widespread public confusion about it.
The commission has two weeks to meets its EU cloud deadline (Photo: The Planet) Figures collected by opinion pollsters Ipsos for the Business Software Alliance (BSA), an IT lobby group, indicate that most Europeans regularly use cloud technologies but are unaware that they are doing so. A mere 24 percent said that they used cloud computing, with Greece and Romania topping the poll at 39 percent. Meanwhile 65 percent of PC users admitted that they had either never heard of cloud computing or had only heard of the name. When You Move To The Cloud, Plan For The Storms.
Cloud computing audit. Cloud provider and yr data. Infographie Cloud use of SME. Privacy and Data Protection in the Cloud [For CloudCon 2011] This Wednesday I’ll speak in CloudCon 2011, instead of a regulatory lecture, I decided to focus about a technological solution to a legal problem, which I believe might be elegant.
I’d appreciate it if you could join me at CloudCon or just come over to say hi. 0. The Cloud and Your Information. On the verge of the Age of Intelligent Machines, Cloud Computing brings a new era for data processing. The Cloud holds more and more information, where data owners and data subjects lose physical control over it.
Cloud Computing in 2011: 3 Trends Changing Business Adoption CIO. CIO — The business benefits of a cloud computing model have been well stated.
You cut costs by switching to more flexible on-demand IT resources that can better handle the ebb and flow technology needs at a company. But adopting a cloud model for your company is a multifaceted decision-making process. Before even sitting down at the negotiating table with a vendor, IT managers and CIOs need to make sure their infrastructures are virtualized and cloud-ready, and that they have a firm grasp of their own security and compliance regulations. The cloud is also a world with various layers and choices. Do you adopt a public, private or hybrid cloud model? Cloud computing: An opportunity and a legal maze. Who is accountable? Cloud computing comes mainly in three guises: Infrastructure (data centres); Online platforms (operating systems), and; Applications (web-based email, online office applications, file-sharing).
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I am thus the first EU Justice Commissioner who is also responsible for citizenship and fundamental rights. My department, the Directorate General for Justice, deals with a wide range of areas such as civil and commercial law, consumer protection legislation, data protection, criminal law, free movement of citizens and equality legislation. Read more Human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and respect for human rights must be more than concepts.