The disappointing truth about data privacy and security

Ben Rossi writes:

Cloud providers boast compliance to the highest security standards, including state-of-the art physical protection of hosting facilities, electronic surveillance and ISO 27001 certifications, to name a few.

While such efforts may sound impressive, in reality they offer absolutely no defence to enterprises seeking a security model that cannot be owned, and provide no protection against government data requests, blind subpoenas and clandestine spying.

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