Cloud services innovation, deployment and consumption are proliferating at a runaway rate today, for many good reasons. New services like FinTech, IOT, mobile apps, SD-WAN. Smart cities etc all use the cloud infrastructure. Given that cloud is an outsourced model with limited visibility and control, how does the consumer have assurance for security and governance, primarily regarding data and availability. Here is a quick look at some national and international security and trust frameworks and certifications, as at least a next-best reference, that certain processes, policies and methodologies are in place to ensure the cyber security n compliance of the cloud services. We also look at a sampling of statements of assurance from some big cloud providers like Microsoft, Amazon and local telcos.
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Deputy Manager, Land Transport Authority
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Team Lead, FMIS ICT Strategy, Lead and Innovation, Ministry of Economy and Finance
I attend this show with no particular focus but the speaker line up is good, the topics covered are wide as well. The speakers provide insightful content that are relevant to my job – cloud, cyber security, networks and the co-location of different shows help to save time too!