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Shared Responsibility Model

STEVE SHARMA: The customer who uses the cloud security they have to know that what kind of service they are (INAUDIBLE). If it is a platform as a service, they have to manage the batch management, or printing system management. And the user who’s going to access it, that means access control policy need to be applied, and a strong password policy need to be applied.
So most of the server security controls apply to the cloud computing, in case you are using the critical information and the data. So all this identity and access control mechanisms or data security, or security instant information mechanisms in place, or the integrity protection for the data. So that has to applied back to the cloud. And third one if you are government, then there is a ASD provided certification mechanisms, or assessment tool are already been provided, so you can assess which cloud service provider, best suited for your agency as well.
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