Data Flow Management and Compliance in Cloud Computing
Bacon, Jean Margaret
Seeing through the clouds: Managing data flow and compliance in cloud computing
IEEE Cloud Computing
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Singh, J., Powles, J., Pasquier, T., & Bacon, J. M. (2015). Data Flow Management and Compliance in Cloud Computing. IEEE Cloud Computing, 2 24-32. https://doi.org/10.1109/MCC.2015.69
As cloud computing becomes an increasingly dominant means of providing computing resources, the legal and regulatory issues associated with data in the cloud become more pronounced. These issues derive primarily from four areas: contract, data protection, law enforcement, and regulatory and common law protections for particularly sensitive domains such as health, finance, fiduciary relations, and intellectual property assets. From a technical perspective, these legal requirements all impose information management obligations on data sharing and transmission within cloud-hosted applications and services. They might restrict how, when, where, and by whom data may flow and be accessed. These issues must be managed not only between applications, but also through the entire, potentially global, cloud supply chain.
cloud, compliance, data protection, information flow control, privacy, regulatory issues, security, access control, cloud computing, context, law
Those of us from the Computer Laboratory are supported through the UK EPSRC (grant EP/K0l1510), and the Microsoft Cloud Computing Research Centre.
External DOI: https://doi.org/10.1109/MCC.2015.69
This record's URL: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/255049