If someone asked you “where” your cloud storage is, would you know the answer? The “cloud” is the common term used when data is stored remotely but yet accessible (to your multiple devices) through the internet. Given that the data is now ‘remote’ we often receive questions from clients as to whether keeping books and records in this way meets their obligation under the Income Tax Act.
Privacy professionals and engineers are often tasked with the same goal: to protect personal information. Given that shared objective, why are there so many difficulties between IT and privacy teams? That was the crux of the conversation Friday at the IAPP Privacy Academy and CSA Congress during the breakout session “Same Planet, Different Worlds: Getting […]
I recently came across two different definitions of service-oriented architecture and I asked Grady Booch if he would share his expert opinion (i.e., do these two definitions align, or is one correct or more correct)?
Cloud computing may indeed be “one of the biggest revolutions to emerge in recent times,” but it also presents big risks. The global principles, frameworks and standards for risk management and accountability in the cloud itself are still very much playing catch-up…