Global Enterprise Advisory Board
The Cloud Security Alliance Global Enterprise Advisory Board, founded in 2016, is a collection of leading experts from large multinational companies representing over 10 unique industries. This board has been constituted to represent the point of view of large IT end users, and to articulate the perspective of the consumers of cloud computing related to the topic of information security.
The quality of IT systems and their inherent security capabilities are related to the demands of the sophisticated consumers from large enterprises and the agenda they set for the industry. We welcome your feedback to our progress and encourage you to follow our activities.
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- Vinay Patel - Citigroup, Chair
- Ricky Arora - British Petroleum
- Niall Casey – Johnson & Johnson
- Gurdeep Kaur - AIG
- Vjay LaRosa - ADP
- Pete Nicoletti - Hertz
- Jairo Orea – UnitedHealth Group
- Michael Panico - Lucas Films
- Joe Zacharias - Caterpillar
CSA Global Enterprise Advisory Board News
April 16, 2018
Report outlines what must happen to speed the secure cloud adoption process between the enterprises, cloud service providers, and regulators. SEATTLE, WA and SAN FRANCISCO, CA – RSA Conference Booth #1039 – April 16, 2018 – The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to…
February 29, 2016
Members to Play an Important, Strategic Role to Help Anticipate Emerging Trends, Ensure the Security of the Cloud and Guide the Future for the World’s Leading Cloud Computing Organization San Francisco, CA – February 29, 2016 – RSA Conference 2016 – The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) today announced the formation of the [CSA Global Advisory Board], a ten-member…
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Cloud computing is an incredible innovation. While at its heart a simple concept, the packaging of compute resources as an on demand service is having a fundamental impact on information technology with far reaching consequences. Cloud is disrupting most industries in a rapid fashion and is becoming the back end for all other forms of computing, such as mobile, Internet of Things and future technologies not yet conceived. As governments, businesses and consumers move to adopt cloud computing en masse, the stakes could not be higher to gain assurance that cloud is a safe, secure, transparent, and trusted platform.
This paper seeks to view the cloud computing industry through the lens of the enterprise information security practitioner. By articulating the state of cloud security from this viewpoint, we can better understand the gaps and solutions we must advocate for and help cloud providers better understand the needs of their consumers.