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Cloud Security Alliance

May, 27 2015

CSA Activities Update

Welcome to the
CSA Activities Update!

CSA Events

Join us in our efforts of solving critical security problems by attending the events below.

CSA Congress US at Privacy. Security. Risk. Conference 2015

September 29 – October 1, 2015, Las Vegas, NV

Pre-register for $600 off standard conference rates and get the VIP package at Bellagio. Special discount and VIP status available only until April 30th, use code: csa200.

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CSA Congress EMEA

November 17 – 20, 2015, Berlin, Germany

Building on the success of achievements in the areas of research, education, policy support and certification, CSA will host the 4th annual CSA Congress EMEA.

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ENITSE Enterprise IT Security Conference & Exhibition

November 4 – 5, 2015 - Istanbul, Turkey

ENITSE is a conference focusing on IT security solutions developed for large institutions in the private sector. IT Security, Network Security, Big Data Security, Mobile Security, Cloud Security, IT Risk Management, Application Security, Identity and Access Management, Web Security, End User Security and Database Security are key topics of the conference. (ISC)² is supporting institution of the event.

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All of our upcoming event information can also be viewed online at https://cloudsecurityalliance.org/events/.

CSA Education

Cloud Security Alliance seeks to educate and inform users and providers of cloud services.

CCSK Foundation Course in Athens, Greece – May 25

This is the official Cloud Security Alliance CCSK Foundation course and examination, which is now being offered in Greece for the second time, following the positive feedback of the first group that was trained and certified last November. We are offering this course exclusively in collaboration with the ISACA Athens Chapter, and a certified CCSK Instructor.

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How to Negotiate a Proper SLA

The typical cloud customer easily grasps perceived advantages and user-friendliness in the cloud, but they are not security experts. Matching a customer's security requirements with what is being offered by CSPs can be the biggest challenge. Even though most CSPs include security provisions in their SLAs (Service Level Agreements), the variety of customer requirements make it all too easy to over/undershoot the security target. This is where the benefits of a template SLA kicks in. The webinar presents expert opinions on the topic of cloud security SLA (secSLA) negotiation taking into consideration standards, technical, legal and social aspects.

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Get more information about cloud security training — including the CCSK Training Schedule at https://cloudsecurityalliance.org/education/.