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Four major cloud providers – Amazon Web Services, Google, Microsoft and Oracle – will all participate in a $9 billion U.S. Department of Defense remote computing contract, the Pentagon announced today. The decision to usher four American cloud computing vendors into its Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability contract marks a departure from an earlier winner-take-all approach […]

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In March 2021 Google Cloud announced a new offering called Risk Protection Program, which is designed to help its cloud customers reduce security risk and connect with Google’s insurer partners, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty and Munich Re. The insurers created a specialized cyber insurance policy exclusively for Google Cloud customers, called Cloud Protection +. […]

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Cloud adoption has accelerated in the past year as organizations scrambled to support a remote workforce. Despite this rapid adoption and growth, companies often misunderstand a key cloud concept: the shared responsibility model (SRM). Many business leaders still ask, “Is the cloud secure”? This is the wrong question. A more appropriate question would be, “Are […]

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