Cloud Governance, Risk, Compliance16.05.2013 14:00-15:00 Moderator:
The Upcoming Cybersecurity Strategy for the European Union - What does it mean for your Enterprise?
On February 7, 2013, the European Commission launched its cybersecurity strategy for the European Union (“Strategy”). As part of this Strategy, the European Commission also proposed a draft directive on measures to ensure a common level of network and information security (“NIS”) across the EU. The proposed Directive is a key component of this Strategy. It introduces a number of measures to enhance cybersecurity, including:
The FAQs that accompany the proposed NIS Directive include examples of companies that would be obliged to report cyber incidents, such as cloud computing service providers, search engines; e-Commerce platform providers, Internet payment service providers,
providers of VoIP and other communications services, social network providers, platforms enabling the provision and sharing of videos, platforms enabling the provision and sharing of music, major online computer games, and application stores.
Compliance in Hybrid Clouds - Integrated Process Management Despite Regulatory Requirements?
How can hybrid clouds join together so that a user company operating the respective compliance requirements in the necessary deployment option (leave) and still be able to ensure a consistent and legally compliant process execution? Hybrid cloud connectivity capabilities are a key enabler of the near and long term usage of cloud services. During this session we will show what kind of different hybrid scenarios we see as applicable today at our members, what are the detailed challenges and key obstacles from their point of view and how different approaches were seen by them.