Rob livingstone Canberra Cloud Security Conference Nov 2011
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Australian Security Government Strategies and considerations in Cloud computing: The speed of technological change associated with next generation networks is challenging traditional notions of what ...
Australian Security Government Strategies and considerations in Cloud computing: The speed of technological change associated with next generation networks is challenging traditional notions of what constitutes computer networks and how we should secure them. When it comes to the adoption of new technologies such as Cloud, Australian Federal government agencies face a set of challenges that are somewhat different to those faced in the commercial world. This primarily involves legislative and policy mandates for on-shore data residency, increased emphasis on jurisdictional risk, trans-border data transmission security and compliance with the Privacy Act and associated Principles. On the commercial side of the coin, Government agencies are also under constant budgetary restraints, and the potential for realising significant reductions in ICT costs, whilst improving data and information collaboration using cloud technologies is very real. Another key driver for Government is in achieving significant reduction in CO2 emissions from the current substantial ICT presence throughout all levels of Government by using virtualisation and cloud technologies. In this presentation, Rob will be providing some practical insights and offering guidance on how Federal Government can meet its legislative and other mandates and without compromising risk and security, by using cloud technologies in an appropriate and relevant manner.
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