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Green Paper on Cloud Security

The CIRRUS Green Paper aims to take stock of discussion and debate on three fundamental pillars in cloud security as identified by the CIRRUS project, namely standardisation, certification, and international cooperation. Starting from the analysis of four different perspectives (i.e. security, privacy and data protection and Service Level Agreements (SLAs)) this Green Paper covers technological, policy and legal aspects related to cloud security.

Final Event 20140910 -Presentations

CIRRUS held its final event on Certification, Standardisation and Internationalisation in Cloud Security in Brussels on September 10, 2014. Presentations are available for downloading. See pdf file enclosed.

International Conference on Cloud Computing Research and Innovation (ICCCRI 2014)

ICCCRI 2014 a part of CloudAsia 2014 (29-30 October), aims to cover a wide range of research interests and innovative applications in cloud computing topics.

CIRRUS 19 November 2013 workshop Handouts fourth session

Please find attached the handouts of the excellent presentations in the fourth session – Hybrid, incremental and multilayer security certification

CIRRUS 19 November 2013 workshop Handouts second session

Please find attached the handouts of the excellent presentations in the second session – Assurance through testing, validation and
continous monitoring

CIRRUS 19 November 2013 workshop Handouts first session

Please find attached the handouts of the excellent presentations in the first session – Status overview of standardisation and certification initiatives in Cloud Security

Forensic provisions in CSP SLAs

In the framework of the CIRRUS project, Grant Thornton has researched the use of forensic provisions in Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) Service Level Agreements (SLAs). The attached research brief contains the overall findings of the analysis of 52 CSP SLAs

Report of the Kyoto CIRRUS Workshop on July 24th

Since the first CIRRUS workshop, held on February 28th 2013 in Brussels .European research projects, as well as other initiatives, such as the work of security group in Task Group 3 of ETSI Cloud Standardization Coordination Initiative or ENISA Cloud Expert meeting, have been making progress in related areas related to CIRRUS.

Research brief on forensic provisions in CSP SLA's

In the framework of the CIRRUS project, Grant Thornton currently researches the use of forensic provisions in Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) Service Level Agreements (SLAs). The attached research brief contains the preliminary findings, further findings are to follow.

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