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The Impact of the Cloud's Shared Responsibility Model on Compliance

by Anthony Alves, posted in HIPAA, Compliance, AWS, Shared Responsibility Model, Compliance in the Cloud, PCI DSS


Amazon Web Services (AWS) has pioneered the Shared Responsibility Model in the cloud. Basically, this model outlines how cloud service providers and consumers of these cloud-based services should share responsibilities when it comes to ensuring security in the cloud. AWS and other cloud service providers (CSPs) are responsible for ensuring that cloud infrastructure is secure. Meanwhile, companies (those using the cloud services) are responsible for their data, networks, applications, and operating systems — anything they own that lives in the cloud.

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Sep 1, 2016 12:48:59 PM

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Dec 24, 2015 8:00:00 AM

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Trust the cloud, they said. It’ll be safe, they said.

by Brian Ahern, posted in Shared Responsibility Model, Cloud, CIA, Arlette Hart, Government, CSP, Government Security, FBI,


Speaking recently in a Google webcast, U.S. CIO Tony Scott declared major cloud providers like Google, Amazon or Microsoft just as secure as the world’s largest financial institutions. He even implied that there’s no safer place to store data than in the cloud.

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Nov 25, 2015 10:52:15 AM

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What All DevOps Teams Should Know About The AWS Shared Responsibility Model

by Sam Bisbee, posted in AWS Security, Security in the cloud, Shared Responsibility Model


Keeping your cloud workloads secure, compliant, and protected while moving at the speed of DevOps is no easy task. Our team at Threat Stack knows this truth very well. There are many different viewpoints on the best approach to take to keep your customer data and systems protected in the cloud, and it all starts with understanding where your cloud provider’s responsibility for security ends and where yours begins. Let’s use AWS as an example throughout this post as they have a Shared Responsibility Model that demonstrates this well.

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Jun 10, 2015 2:06:51 PM

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