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CSA's Executive Series: Using CSA Control Framework for Regulatory Alignment

In today’s environment, we are faced with conflicting challenges. Our businesses want us to advance the use of cloud to improve costs and time-to-market. The major CSPs are coming out with new functionality literally every day, and tout the Shared Responsibility model for security and governance. Yet the regulators still hold us to managing risk. How can we show regulators that their guidance is being heeded within our internal control environment when we use CSPs? Join for a discussion on how to make sure that regulators, vendors, and your internal staff can speak the same language.
Recorded Apr 14 2020 62 mins
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CSA CloudBytes was launched as a webinar series to help us educate the industry on all matters related to the cloud. Our channel is designed to inform our audience about trending topics, new technologies, and latest research. Learn more at cloudsecurityalliance.org. Join the Cloud Security Alliance on LinkedIn and follow us on twitter: @cloudsa

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