Cloud Computing - Assessing the Risks by Jared Carstensen, Bernard Golden, JP Morgenthal

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Cloud Computing - Assessing the Risks by Jared Carstensen, Bernard Golden, JP Morgenthal
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1849283591 | 306 pages | PDF | 7 MB


Do you trust the Cloud? Should you trust the Cloud? 'Cloud Computing' is the phrase on everyone's lips it's the latest technology, the way forward. But how safe is it? Is it reliable? How secure will your information be? Questions ¦ Cloud Computing: Assessing the risks answers these questions and many more. Using jargon-free language and relevant examples, analogies and diagrams, it is an up-to-date, clear and comprehensive guide the security, governance, risk, and compliance elements of Cloud Computing. Written by three internationally renowned experts, this book discusses the primary concerns of most businesses leaders the security and risk elements of the Cloud. But 'security and risk are just two elements of Cloud Computing, and this book focuses on all the critical components of a successful cloud program, including compliance, risk, reliability, availability, areas of responsibility, Cloud Computing borders, legalities, digital forensics and business continuity. This book covers them all. ¦ and answers This book will enable you to: understand the different types of Cloud and know which is the right one for your business have realistic expectations of what a Cloud service can give you, and enable you to manage it in the way that suits your business minimize potential disruption by successfully managing the risks and threats make appropriate changes to your business in order to seize opportunities offered by Cloud set up an effective governance system and benefit from the consequential cost savings and reductions in expenditure understand the legal implications of international data protection and privacy laws, and protect your business against falling foul of such laws know how Cloud can benefit your business continuity and disaster recovery planning.

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