Zapproved’s chief technology officer Lee Harding outlines three key concepts that corporate legal teams can use to ensure data security in third party environments

Author:  Lee Harding, Zapproved

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Today, 95% of businesses are using cloud technology, according to the RightScale 2016 State of the Cloud Report which surveyed 1,060 IT professionals about their current cloud computing adoption plans. As more and more IT departments and workloads are moving to the cloud, it is especially important to have the latest knowledge on security when handling and storing this type of data.

This article explains the three key security concepts that corporate legal departments need to keep top-of-mind when evaluating security practices in the cloud. The three concepts are:

  1. Security Is a Shared Responsibility
  2. Software That’s Secure By Design
  3. Trust But Verify

For a full explanation and summary of these security concepts and the risks that corporate legal teams should keep in mind, read the full article originally posted on Legal IT Insider.

Read:

“Enterprise-Class Security for the Legal Cloud”on Legal IT Insider.

 

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