Cloudflare, Inc., the security and reliability firm helping to build a better Internet, announced it has joined the EU Cloud Code of Conduct (EU Cloud CoC) General Assembly, to raise the impact of trusted ecosystem and encourage firms to adopt GDPR-compliant cloud services. Cloudflare also announced that it has achieved two cloud security certifications: ISO/IEC 27018:2019 and C5 – Cloud Computing Compliance Criteria Catalog – by the Federal Office for Information Security in Germany. The EU Cloud Code of Conduct brings trust to the cloud computing market, aiding firms to source cloud services from GDPR-compliant providers.
The quest for new approaches to software development is a continuous one that has seen many organizations gravitate from the waterfall model to agile development DevOps.
The Silicon Valley giants would be stripped of the right to use the data produced by Europeans unless the data is accessible to all business users in the same commercial activities.
Tetrate, the enterprise service mesh company founded by creators and maintainers of Istio and Envoy, announced that Nicolas Chaillan will serve as a strategic advisor to the company. Chaillan became the first U.S. Air Force and Space Force Chief Software Officer in 2019 and served in that role through 2021. He also has held IT leadership roles in the U.S. Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security, where he developed cloud, cybersecurity, DevSecOps and software initiatives.
Said Leo Lynch, Director, ANZ at StorageCraft “The business problem is no longer ‘if’ but ‘when’ and ‘how’ will a data outage happen.
FS-ISAC, the only global cyber intelligence sharing community solely focused on financial services, announced the launch of its Critical Providers Program designed to strengthen the security of the financial sector’s supply chain. As critical service providers increasingly host, connect, and protect a substantial percentage of financial institutions’ infrastructure, FS-ISAC created the program to foster continuous collaboration and information sharing between its member firms and their providers.
The COVID-19 global pandemic forced millions of workers to leave their offices and work remotely, creating new cyber security challenges for companies worldwide.
The research reveals an increase in cloud adoption because of COVID-19. It also indicates a widespread misconception around the responsibility for backup and recovery of data in the cloud and a lack of confidence in the security of data held by public cloud service providers.
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Graduates will possess the skills necessary to harness blockchain to create new levels of transparency allowing businesses and individuals to securely share information that previously would have not been possible.