How EU data protection legislation affects your data in the cloud

03 Mar 2015

With recent high profile hack attacks on data centres and a new European data protection regulation on the horizon, one of the key questions which should come to mind when putting data (and, in particular, personal data) into the cloud is: “Is it secure?”

Commercial lawyer and cloud law expert, Anthony Lee has written a white paper, in conjunction with Skyhigh Networks, which provides a comparative overview of the current and proposed European privacy laws and looks at some of the practical steps (including security measures) which your organisation to protect the data and, in so doing, to comply with the laws.

Please click here to access the online version of the document with click throughs to the reference resources.

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