Implementing Data Privacy in the Cloud

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Presented by

Dr. Meng-Chow KANG (Adjunct Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University)

About this talk

With the advancement of AI/ML, Big Data analytic, and cloud technology, much can be done with data that an organization possesses. Where personal data are involved, such processing may however raise regulatory and data subject's concerns. The secure use of such technology in a privacy-respectful way could deliver more efficient and beneficial services for the end users. This session evaluates the key requirements for personal data protection focusing on some of the regional regulatory requirements, dissects what they mean in the context of personal data processing in public cloud services, and discusses how we can approach such requirements leveraging cloud-enabled and cloud-native capabilities to achieve the end goals of providing better services to the end users, and at the same time ensuring adequate privacy safeguards and security of personal data in the cloud.

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