Guide

Who Holds the Keys to Your Data?

How to use your preferred cloud provider whilst maintaining data privacy and sovereignty

Who Holds the Keys to Your Data-thumb

Enterprises face a predicament: They want to leverage the productivity and security benefits of global cloud platforms but are concerned they will face conflicting legal obligations that put the privacy of customers at risk.

Why? Because: (a) the leading cloud providers are predominantly U.S.-based and subject to various laws requiring cooperation with U.S. local and federal government entities, and (b) there is currently no multilateral privacy framework.

This guide will help you understand the various privacy factors at play – the U.S. CLOUD Act, Schrems II, and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)  – allowing you the freedom to use your preferred cloud vendor whilst maintaining full control and ownership of your data.

What You’ll Learn:

  • The changing landscape of EU-U.S data regulation
  • How privacy and cloud collaboration can coexist with end-to-end encryption
  • How to enable secure data sharing and data sovereignty in the cloud