Cloud Policy and Security
This course is approved for continuing legal education (CLE) credit in CA, CT, FL, NJ, and NY: 2.0 CLE credits for CA and 2.5 CLE credits for FL (Florida Bar Approval #2103649N). Please check with your local bar association for reciprocal state credit. Reporting requirements vary by state and we recommend that you check with your state's bar association for their guidelines on reporting requirements.
This course provides a broad understanding of basic cloud development models, including private, public, hybrid, and community, and the various service platforms (e.g., SaaS, PaaS, IaaS). Security topics include traffic hijacking, data isolation/storage segregation, identity management, virtualization security, continuity, data recovery, logging, notification, and auditing. The course addresses governance control and responsibility for cloud security and current best practices utilized by private industry and governments.
You will understand the basic cloud service platforms (e.g., SaaS, PaaS, IaaS) and security topics and terms pertaining to cloud security.
You will be able to identify applicable service provider standards and cloud adoption models and understand the current best practices utilized by private industry and governments for cloud security.
You will understand which policy and contract measures to consider in a cloud adoption strategy.