Focus and energy are often placed on adopting the latest technologies to keep up-to-date with market trends, but is your cloud strategy up-to-date with the latest government regulations?
Regulations are ever-changing, so you must plan accordingly to future-proof your infrastructure.
You can maintain data sovereignty in the cloud while adopting new IT to achieve your company's business objectives. Learn about sovereign cloud solutions, how to protect your data, and how to stay GDPR-compliant.
Don’t put your data – or that of your customers – at risk!
In this webinar, we will:
deep dive into the US CLOUD Act
discuss the UK-US bilateral agreement on the CLOUD Act
explain why the Act means you might not be GDPR compliant
explore options to ensure your data is secure against the CLOUD Act
Speakers include Tim Phillips – The Register, Robert Healy – Founder of Relentless Data Privacy, and Sab Knight – Head of Sales UK at IONOS Cloud.
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