This subject focuses on issues surrounding cloud computing privacy and security and their application to business. It discusses the governance framework that must underpin and define the processes for determining risk, privacy and security issues for an enterprise which uses a cloud model. It will examine the legal and business requirements for privacy, the need for a risk management assessment of all data used in cloud operations, and the use of security controls to manage the assessed risk. It further examines the major cloud deployment and delivery models to determine how these affect the risk management assessment and subsequent security controls when applied to business.
School of Computing and Mathematics
Only available to postgraduate students.
ITC561 Cloud Computing
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