Will ISO certification help bring stronger confidence in the security of the cloud model?
tswayne 1 year ago
One concern that I hear regularly about cloud computing is worry about data security. ISO (International Organization for Standardization) has cleared a standard for data transfer between public and private clouds called the Cloud Data Management Interface. Would you seek out providers with ISO certification? Is this likely to actually improve security practices among cloud providers, or is it mere window dressing like belonging to the Better Business Bureau?
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