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Technical and Legal Criteria for Assessing Cloud Trustworthiness

Concerns about trusting cloud services have existed since their creation. Growing geopolitical tension, coupled with the cloud’s pivotal roles in data privacy and cyber and national security, are prompting policymakers worldwide to address the numerous challenges posed by cloud services.

However, many policymakers rely on misguided, knee-jerk assessments that equate local ownership with trustworthiness. Focusing solely on a firm’s nationality without considering how a firm or its home country contributes to or detracts from cloud trustworthiness does little to enhance cloud cybersecurity and data privacy and create an open and competitive cloud market.

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  • Nigel Cory
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Technical and Legal Criteria for Assessing Cloud Trustworthiness
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Publisher:Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
Published:April 22, 2024
License:Creative Commons

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