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Using Public Cloud Infrastructure To Protect and Enforce Cross Border Data Transfer

Maintaining compliance with a growing set of data governance and privacy regulations has relied on rules and procedures, carefully architected plans for data residence and the overall protection using encryption. All of these are becoming insufficient to meet the complexity of laws and prevent the significant expense of fines and payment for damages and rectification. All of these measures are done from the outside in—technologies, policies, procedures and risk personnel all devoted to ensuring that the use, storage and transmission of data complies with regulations and requirements. These measures are increasingly expensive to perform, potentially impede business agility and efficiency and are dwindling in their effectiveness to minimize risk.

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