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Cloud Privacy

Why we do it

The increasing reliance on cloud-based software solutions has ushered in unparalleled convenience, scalability, and collaboration in various industries. However, this transition to the cloud also introduces significant privacy concerns. The project “Cloud Privacy” is born out of the recognition that businesses and individuals alike need a comprehensive approach to address these privacy challenges associated with cloud computing. Our aim is to establish a standardized framework for cloud privacy through meticulous risk management strategies. By delving into the intricacies of data storage, access controls, and encryption protocols in cloud environments, we strive to empower organizations to embrace the benefits of cloud technology while ensuring the highest standards of data privacy.

Bernhard Waltl

How we do it

he “Cloud Privacy” project employs a multifaceted strategy to address the intricate privacy issues surrounding cloud-based software. First and foremost, we conduct in-depth risk assessments, identifying potential vulnerabilities in cloud infrastructures that may compromise data privacy. Leveraging the expertise of cybersecurity professionals, legal scholars, and industry practitioners, we develop a comprehensive set of guidelines and standards for cloud privacy.

These guidelines encompass best practices for encryption, data ownership, compliance with data protection regulations, and secure access controls. Regular updates and collaboration with leading cloud service providers ensure that our standards remain adaptive to the evolving landscape of cloud technology. Through a combination of educational resources, industry partnerships, and advocacy, we aim to instill a culture of responsible cloud usage and set a gold standard for privacy in the digital era.

Liquid Legal Summit 2024

Current issues such as decreasing enrollments, a lack of essential skills, inefficient processes, and digital disparities in justice indicate a deep-rooted crisis. Accelerated by AI developments, these problems particularly impact copyright and regulatory aspects of the legal sector. These topics will be discussed at the Liquid Legal Summit on July 4 at the Kameha Grand Hotel in Bonn, focusing on joint efforts to tackle these challenges.