Why trust and transparency are key for companies complying with new EBA cloud guidance

New guidance from official regulators should be music to the ears of anyone involved in compliance. Clarification, reference points and approved examples make the business of compliance that much more straightforward and are generally welcomed by compliance experts. In that spirit, it was with the best intentions - to clear the pathway to cloud adoption for financial services companies - that the European...

By Frank Krieger, 13 April 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Compliance, Data & Analytics, Data Management, Privacy, Security.

ISO compliance in the cloud: Why should you care, and what do you need to know?

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More and more organisations are looking to move to cloud to benefit from scalability, cost reduction and the ability to launch new service offerings fast.

The dynamic nature of cloud however necessitates security and compliance controls that frankly can be daunting. Issues around mobility and multi-tenancy, identity and access management, data protection and incident response and assessment all need to be addressed. And with multiple modes – SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, public, private, hybrid...

By Frank Krieger, 18 July 2016, 1 comment. Categories: Compliance, Data Management, Security.

What the Safe Harbour ruling means for your business in 2016

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The start of a new year is always a good time for many businesses to get their IT strategies in place. However, there has been one issue in the past couple of months that may potentially cause a lot of complications in IT departments across the US and EU; the implications for cloud compliance of the recent nullification of the EU Safe Harbour Ruling. Safe Harbour, used by over 4,000 firms to move EU data to the US for the past 15 years, was declared invalid by the European Court of...

By Frank Krieger, 28 January 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Sovereignty.