There are three key areas cloud providers need to address the needs of GDPR

One of the most discussed problems concerning GDPR issues is associated with the Cloud providers action plan elements in order to achieve GDPR compliance. The critical elements are associated with personal data transparency, data security, physical location identification, physical servers storage, or international data transfers. Working for GDPR Ready Catalog content, I asked few experts in Cloud and GDPR to share with us their recommendations for Cloud services providers. Here we have the valuable contribution of Ian Moyse, one of the most active Cloud specialist in social media, and recognised influencers in Cloud Computing social ecosystem: Firstly, cloud providers need … Continue reading There are three key areas cloud providers need to address the needs of GDPR

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What cloud providers need to focus on for GDPR compliance

Bart van BUITENEN – GDPR, DPO, data protection, CISO, ISO27k – is managing partner of White Wire. Bart is very active in the fascinating world of data protection and privacy, specialized in guiding GDPR implementation projects, GDPR audits, DPIAs, ISO27001 implementations and all things data protection and privacy. White Wire is a boutique consultancy firm specialized in assisting healthcare organizations, SMEs and technology firms all over the EU with their data protection needs.     If you are a cloud provider, whether or not based in the EU, it is very likely you are processing personal data on European soil … Continue reading What cloud providers need to focus on for GDPR compliance

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