Are cloud users worrying about nothing when it comes to data sovereignty?
As the fallout from the abolition of the Safe Harbour transatlantic data-transfer scheme continues, maybe it is time to look at how much of an issue data sovereignty really is.
There is little point arguing the case for holding data in unsafe places. Data loss incidents can cause problems for the companies involved, as well as major issues for the individuals whose information has been lost – putting them at heightened risk of identity theft or financial losses.
Indeed, when the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in 2018, companies will need to disclose details of a data breach within 72 hours of its discovery, which could have huge implications for a brand.
But will keeping all of an organisation’s data…
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