Close-Up: Cloud Computing

Businesses continue to be responsible for protecting their customers’ data, regardless of the cloud services they may engage. This means that businesses will need to work closely with their cloud service providers to clarify responsibilities for data protection and establish meaningful mechanisms to monitor the activities of providers. This Close-Up looks at the issues organizations need to consider when considering "the cloud" and will help guide you on your way.

Already a member?

You must be logged in to access this content. Log in now to proceed.

Not an IAPP member?

It's easy and affordable to become an IAPP member, and you'll get access to the following great benefits:

  • News. You’re busy. We make it easy to stay on top of the headlines.
  • Networking. It’s all about who you know. Targeted online and in-person channels give you access to the people you want to meet.
  • Certification. Skilled privacy pros are in high demand. We can help you advance your career and increase your earning potential.
  • Resources. The newly revamped Resource Center is a one-stop-shop for practical tools and research to help you tackle your biggest challenges.
  • Alerts. The Privacy Tracker blog sorts through the clutter and gets to the heart of breaking legislative developments.

...and much more!