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Myth 11: Customer needs to have the Right to Access the Provider’s Data Centers and Systems for Audit Purposes

USA - July 6 2016 Fact is that customers have a legitimate need to reserve a right to audit the cloud service provider’s compliance measures. But, it is also a fact…


Myth 10: Vendor has and should accept unlimited liability for data security breaches

United Kingdom - July 1 2016 Fact is that service providers may not always be able to limit their liability vis-à-vis the data subjects in scenarios where they contract with…


Myth 9: Cloud Service Providers Cannot Cede Control to their Customers

Global - June 24 2016 Fact is that many organizations find it difficult to stay in control over modern IT systems, whether they hire service providers to provide IT…


Myth 8: data privacy & security law compliance is the provider's responsibility

USA - June 3 2016 Fact is that data privacy and security laws primarily hold the data controller responsible for compliance - i.e., the customer in a service provider…


Myth 7: Record keeping laws require data to stay local

Russia - May 24 2016 Fact is that some tax, bookkeeping and corporate laws in some jurisdictions historically required certain records to stay in-country. But such…

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