Cloud Services: Managing Privacy Risks
Structuring Cloud Computing Agreements and Policies Governing Employee Use of Mobile Devices
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to counsel on confidentiality concerns associated with using cloud services. The program will identify issues in drafting cloud computing agreements, as well as privacy issues with transmission of company data to the cloud and employee access via mobile devices.
The intentional cloud
- Digital security and privacy concerns in negotiating contracts with providers
- Digital security and privacy concerns in negotiating contracts with customers
- Responsibility for compliance between cloud providers and cloud clients
- Mechanisms for cloud purchasers to evaluate the provider’s security
- Contractual provisions for security breaches and privacy
The accidental cloud
- Security and privacy concerns in connection with employee actions that result in company data being sent to, and stored in, the cloud (outside the parameters of negotiated contracts with providers).
- Structuring policies, including BYOD programs, for employee access to corporate networks through the cloud, using personal and company issued devices, to address privacy and security interests of employer and employees
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the threshold data privacy issues in commercial cloud services?
- What are the market trends from customer and provider perspectives?
- How are companies addressing the privacy issues associated with employee use of mobile devices to access the cloud?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
As an employment litigator and counselor, she litigates privacy-based claims and works with clients to comply with... | Read More
As an employment litigator and counselor, she litigates privacy-based claims and works with clients to comply with ever-more complex rules that govern the use of information in the workplace, including drafting and developing policies for internet use, email and blogging. She has years of experience working with employers to protect sensitive information in the employee mobility context.Close
Wiggin and Dana
As a member of the Information Technology and Outsourcing, and Privacy and Information Security Groups, he focuses on... | Read More
As a member of the Information Technology and Outsourcing, and Privacy and Information Security Groups, he focuses on information technology, data privacy and security, intellectual property and e-commerce. He represents clients in connection with risk and compliance assessments of data privacy policies and practices, data breach preparedness and response, regulatory investigations of data practices.Close
Christopher M. Koa
Senior Legal Counsel
He has lead responsibility globally for five of Dell’s IT Services Delivery divisions, development and delivery... | Read More
He has lead responsibility globally for five of Dell’s IT Services Delivery divisions, development and delivery of data center services, and Merger & Acquisition Integration, IP Protection and other strategic initiatives. He is national co-chair of the Cloud Computing Subcommittee of the Association of Corporate Counsel National IT, Privacy & eCommerce Committee.Close