Friday, April 29, 2011

Clouds, FISMA, and the Lawyers |

Clouds, FISMA, and the Lawyers |

"DOI rejected Google’s cloud because it had state and local (sidenote: does this include tribes?) tenants which might not have the same level of “security astuteness” as DOI. Basically what they’re saying here is that if one of the tenants on Google’s cloud doesn’t know how to secure their data, it affects all the tenants."

The link at the top has many interesting point to consider however the most important take away is if one tenant on any leg of the chain is not securing data, then that whole cloud is not secure. 


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