100%(4)4 out of 4 people found this document helpful
This preview shows page 1 - 3 out of 5 pages.
Running Head: weekly Summary 6.1: Cloud Computing form the ground upWeekly summary 6.1Chetankumar PadhiyarUniversity of the PotomacCBSC 510 Cloud Computing from the Ground Up02/18/2018Professor. Darcel TolliverPage | 1
weekly Summary 6.1: Cloud Computing form the ground upCloud securityA computer cloud is a target-rich environment for malicious individuals and criminal organizations.Major concern for existing users and for potential new users of cloud computing services. Outsourcing computing to a cloud generates new security and privacy concerns.Standards, regulations, and laws governing the activities of organizations supporting cloud computing have yet to be adopted. Many issues related to privacy, security, and trust in cloud computing are far from being settled.There is the need for international regulations adopted by the countries where data centers of cloud computing providers are located.Service Level Agreements (SLAs) do not provide adequate legal protection for cloud computer users, often left to deal with events beyond their control.Cloud security risksTraditional threats> impact amplified due to the vast amount of cloud resources and the large user population that can be affected. The fuzzy bounds of responsibility between