The draft Cybersecurity Certification Scheme for Cloud Services (EUCS) includes sovereignty requirements on European data localisation and foreign law immunity.
This guidance is primarily for those who would like to start using cloud services and attempts to address the relevant elements of data protection law.
EDPB has kicked off its first coordinated enforcement action, taking a long, hard look at the use of cloud-based services by the public sector.
Company says it is taking time to ‘collect input and make improvements’ after backlash from privacy groups.
The EU Cloud Code of Conduct, which aims to help IT buyers source GDPR-compliant cloud services, has found favour with the European Data Protection Board.
If you are a commercial or public sector customer in the EU, Microsoft will enable you to process and store all data in the EU.
Whistleblowers say they were forced out after flagging problems with e-commerce giant’s data security and compliance.
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity Publishes a Draft Certification Scheme for Cloud Services
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) published a draft scheme for cloud services
A proposed executive order that could keep American cloud computing companies out of certain foreign countries is being circulated within the Trump administration.
Cloud Industry Unites to Create Global Standard for Transfer of Personal Data following ‘Schrems II’ ruling
The creators of the data protection market standard for cloud, the EU Cloud Code of Conduct, announced work is underway […]