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    • Cloud Computing Roundtable: Maximizing the Public Sector Opportunity Presented by Janine Anthony Bowen, Esq., CIPP JBOWEN@MCKENNALONG.COM 404-527-4671 October 29, 2009 Capital Grille, Atlanta, GA © 2009 J. A. Bowen. All Rights Reserved. ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Your Presenter • Janine Anthony Bowen, Esq., CIPP – Janine’s practice focuses on strategic commercial transactions involving technology and intellectual property. Such transactions include licensing and acquisition of technology; issues surrounding the protection and utilization of Internet-based assets; privacy and information security; technology export compliance; and technical data rights. • McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP – 500+ Attorneys and Public Policy advisors – A national, general practice firm with deep expertise in corporate/technology transactions, government contracting, and government affairs 2 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Discussion Topics 1. Cloud Computing: What is it? A. Federal CIO Vivek Kundra’s Short Form Definition B. NIST Definition C. The Hype – It Really is Deafening 2. Is the Market Real? Federal Government Initiatives A. Apps.gov B. 2010 Budget Priorities 3. Sampling of Policy Considerations A. Broadband Coverage B. Liability Rules C. User Confidence 3 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Discussion Topics 4. The Big Issue: Data Privacy and Security A. Data Privacy B. Data Security C. The Intersection between Policy, Public Sector, and Private Sector Issues 5. The Take-Aways A. Am I Ahead, Behind, or in the Game? B. “Aggregate, Integrate, and Surround” C. The Opportunity is There. 4 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Cloud Computing Vivek Kundra’s Definition • “…a computing model where IT capabilities are delivered as a service over the Internet to many users. Like a utility such as electricity or water, cloud computing allows users to only consume what they need, to grow or shrink their use as their needs change, and to only pay for what they actually use.” • Tuesday, September 15th blog post – www.whitehouse.gov/blog/streaming-at-100-in-the- cloud 5 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • National Institute of Standards & Technology’s Definition • Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on- demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. This cloud model promotes availability and is composed of five essential characteristics, three service models, and four deployment models. 6 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • NIST Definition (cont) • Essential Characteristics • Deployment Models – On-demand self-service – Private Cloud – Broad network access – Community Cloud – Resource pooling – Public Cloud – Rapid elasticity – Hybrid Cloud – Measured Service 7 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Three Service Models SaaS (Software as a Service) The consumer uses the provider’s applications running on a cloud infrastructure. (e.g. Google Apps) Software PaaS (Platform as a Service) As A Service The consumer has control over the deployed applications and possibly Platform application hosting environment As A Service configurations. (e.g. Force.com) IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) Infrastructure The consumer is able to deploy and run As A Service arbitrary software. (e.g. Amazon EC3) 8 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Adoption of Cloud Computing • “As enterprises seek to consume their IT services in the most cost-effective way, interest is growing in drawing a broad range of services (for example, computational power, storage and business applications) from the "cloud," rather than from on-premises equipment. The levels of hype around cloud computing in the IT industry are deafening, with every vendor expounding its cloud strategy and variations, such as private cloud computing and hybrid approaches, compounding the hype.” • Gartner, August 11, 2009 Press Release 9 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • The Hype Surrounding the Cloud 10 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Is the Market Real? Federal Government Initiatives • The IT Dashboard details major IT investments – Link from www.usaspending.gov • Apps.gov – Kundra’s demonstration of his commitment to the Cloud – Getting on Apps.gov • 2010 Budget Priorities – Reinforce Federal commitment to the Cloud 11 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Yes, it is real… • From the 2010 Proposed Budget • “Of the investments that will involve up-front costs to be recouped in outyear savings, cloud-computing is a prime case in point. The Federal Government will transform its Information Technology Infrastructure by virtualizing data centers, consolidating data centers and operations, and ultimately adopting a cloud-computing business model.” ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • IT Dashboard – Federal IT Spend 13 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Getting on Apps.gov • Browse and purchase of cloud services and social media offerings 14 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Getting on Apps.gov • You must be on Schedule 70 – The process is detailed at www.gsa.gov/gettingonschedule • You must respond to the RFI – Posted on eBuy and is viewable by Schedule 70 holders (also posted on FedBizOpps – which is an open site) • You must resubmit your Electronic Catalog File (ECF) – After replying to the RFI, you will get instructions to properly categorize the offering and resubmit your ECF 15 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Is it Worth It? Proposed IT Spend in 2010 Budget 2009 2010 # of Major IT Investments 801 785 # of IT Investments 6,566 7,165 Major IT Investment $36.8B $40.6B Spending All IT Investment Spending $70.7B $75.8B • Major IT Investment = over $10M 16 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Is it Worth It? Pilot Cloud Projects Proposed in Budget • End user communications and computing – Secure provisioning, support, and operation of end user applications (with mobile workforce emphasis) • Secure virtualized data centers – G-to-C, G-to-G, and C-to-C service delivery modes • Portals, collaboration and messaging – Secure data dissemination • Content, information, and records management • Workflow and case management • Data Analytics, visualization and reporting • Enterprise SaaS (e.g. financial management) 17 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Policy Considerations • Broadband coverage: – High speed, high quality broadband connections are essential – The Obama Administration is very focused on a new national broadband plan • Liability rules: – Online services receive frequent law enforcement and regulatory demands by various parties to bar third party content – Existing statutory protections for online service providers need to be applied and maintained equally for cloud computing to thrive • User confidence: – High levels of privacy and security are essential – The infrastructure must be designed to combat cyber attacks and threats of foreign and domestic surveillance 18 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • The Big Issue: Data Privacy – Data Breach/State Laws – Gramm Leach Bliley – HIPAA/HITECH Act – FTC Safeguards Rule – FTC Red Flags Rule – USA PATRIOT Act – European Union Data Privacy Directive – FTC Actions/Enforcement Authority 19 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • The Big Issue: Data Security • Confidentiality – Limits on who can get what kind of information • Possession/Control – Loss of control of the information, regardless of whether there is a breach of confidentiality • Integrity – Information is correct or consistent with its intended state • Authenticity – Correct labeling or attribution of information • Availability – Timely access to information • Utility – Usefulness of information (e.g. loss of encryption key for encrypted data eliminates its utility or usefulness) 20 *Parkerian Hexad proposed by Donn B. Parker (can be found on Wikipedia) ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Data Privacy & Security The Intersection of Policy, Public & Private • User confidence is key to commercial and public sector adoption • Kundra has been explicit – privacy and security must be addressed • Large scale commercial adoption rests, in part, in ability for business to get a handle on whether the data is secure, accessible, and treated confidentially 21 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • The Take-Aways • Am I ahead, behind, or in the game? – The view from the street • “Aggregate, Integrate, and Surround” – A potential strategy • The Opportunity is There – There will be fits and starts – Who can help you be successful? 22 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC
    • Q&A Contact Me • Janine Anthony Bowen, Esq. jbowen@mckennalong.com http://www.visualcv.com/jdabowen • 404-527-4671 • Twitter - @cloudlawyer • LinkedIn Group – Stratus Roundtable © 2009 J.A. Bowen. All Rights Reserved. 23 ALBANY ATLANTA BRUSSELS DENVER LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO WASHINGTON, DC