Tag: GDPR

The Cloud Act and What it means for you, or more importantly, me!

The CLOUD Act, or to give it full nomenclature, the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act, has been passed into law by POTUS 45. This little act has been touted as an update to the ECPA, or Electronic Communications Privacy Act, and ostensibly, this is the case. What is worrying, though, is the way that it …

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Managing a Multicloud

There is no denying that the future of cloud is not just with a single provider, capable as Azure, AWS and the other public providers are. For true data protection, your information needs to be in three separate locations, and with the rise of data sovereignty, there is a need for data to be kept within the boundaries …

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GDPR: What is it, and Why should I care?

GDPR is a new set of European regulations that, in a nutshell, set out to codify how a data holder should secure and protect any personal data that they hold. Further, it also codifies the rights of the individual regarding any data held about them. Of course, it being a European regulation, it is obviously a …

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