Title: Security and the Cloud: Key Tips to Managing Your Risks in Cloud Computing Agreements
Description: Cloud computing, a form of outsourcing involving the delivery of computing services over the Internet using shared resources, is becoming increasingly popular for use by companies and governments internally as well as a means to provide services to customers. However, using remotely located computing resources under the control of third parties comes with several key legal and business risks, including privacy concerns. This panel will (i) identify privacy and security concerns relating to cloud computing and gaps in standard cloud computing contracts; (ii) discuss significant developments in cloud litigation; (iii) consider steps that companies need to take in order to meet U.S. and international privacy and security regulatory requirements; and (v) offer best practices regarding privacy and cloud security for the Cloud.
Sponsors: Cyberspace Law Committee
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