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Cloud Legal, Risk and Compliance Requirements

Build your knowledge of relevant jurisdictional laws, statues, regulations and frameworks, as well as the doctrine of proper law for the protection of data in cloud computing.

5 videos  //  55 minutes of training

Course description

This course covers the key elements found in the sixth domain of the CCSP common body of knowledge (CBK) — Legal, Risk and Compliance. You’ll gain an understanding of how to approach the various legal and regulatory challenges unique to cloud environments. You’ll also learn the difference between laws, regulations and standards.

Course syllabus

Legal ConceptsDuration: 20:31

Intellectual PropertyDuration: 9:12

Contract and Service-Level Agreements (SLAs)Duration: 9:53

Assurance Frameworks and CertificationDuration: 8:52

CSA Security, Trust and Assurance RegistryDuration: 6:43

Meet the author

Ross Casanova

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Mr. Casanova has extensive experience in leadership, project management, intelligence analysis and training development. As a program manager, he helped build the CSRA pipeline of new opportunities, including developing winning proposals for more than $100 million in new business. He served the intelligence community in various roles and retired from the United States Army after 20+ years of service. He has over twenty years’ experience as a technical trainer. Certifications held: CISSP, Security+ce, CEH, CCSP, NSA-IAM, GIAC, CCSK, CIRM, SMSP, Infosec Certified Instructor, (ISC)² Certified CISSP Instructor, Ultimate Knowledge Institute Certified Instructor, ITIL® Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management (ITILv3-F).

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