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The cloud can't guarantee absolute data security, so you have to take safety into your own hands. This IT handbook is designed to help organizations make practical and strategic decisions about their own cloud computing security. Follow these guidelines to make sure that you've established policies that define data classification categories, data labeling mechanisms and data handling requirements.  Access >>>

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  • Protecting sensitive data
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Data location and segregation
  • Cloud security standards and certifications

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