NEEDHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Cloud Standards Customer Council (CSCC) has published an update to the widely cited Security for Cloud Computing: 10 Steps to Ensure Success whitepaper. Version 2.0 of the whitepaper can be downloaded here.
When considering a move to cloud computing, customers must have a clear understanding of potential security benefits and risks associated with cloud computing and set realistic expectations with their cloud provider. The Security for Cloud Computing: 10 Steps to Ensure Success V2.0 whitepaper provides guidance and strategies designed to help decision makers evaluate and compare security offerings from different cloud providers in key areas.
The Cloud Standards Customer Council will host a webinar on Tuesday, March 17 from 11am - 12pm ET to introduce the paper. Authors of the paper will discuss new strategies and answer questions from the audience. To register for this complimentary webinar, click here.
Version 2.0 of the whitepaper includes the following fresh content:
- Updated security risks facing cloud customers
- Additional guidance reflecting current best practices
- New content on the differences between security and privacy
- Amended worldwide privacy regulations
- Revised references to cloud security standards
About the Cloud Standards Customer Council
The Cloud Standards Customer Council (CSCC) is an OMG® end-user advocacy group dedicated to accelerating the cloud’s successful adoption and drilling down into the standards, security and interoperability issues surrounding the transition to the cloud. While not a standards organization, CSCC complements existing cloud standards efforts by establishing a core set of client-driven requirements that ensure cloud users will have the same freedom of choice, flexibility and openness they have with traditional IT environments. CSCC is open to all end-user organizations. For more information, visit www.cloud-council.org.
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