Cloud Computing Standards

Major data protection laws and regulations on cloud computing around the world advocate implementation of reasonable / appropriate / necessary / minimum security practices / procedures / measures / controls. But the way ‘reasonability’ is addressed varies with each regulation / country.

Internationally, the guidance and direction with respect to ‘reasonability / appropriateness / necessary’ of security measures / safeguards is provided by either:

  • The law itself (Germany – Federal Data Protection Act, US – Massachusetts Privacy Law)
  • The statutory authorities enacted by the law (UK - Information Commissioner’s Office, Australia -Office of Privacy Commissioner)
  • Provisions in the law for formulation of guidelines (Japan – Act on the Protection of Personal Information, Japan)
We would assist your organization to meet the cloud computing policies at par with industrial standards around the globe.

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