Preface; Part I. Subject Matter: 1. Introduction; 2. Cloud technology, organizational aspects and risks; Part II. Legal Requirements and Adoption of Government Cloud: 3. Government cloud adoption: challenges and obligations; 4. Location independence, jurisdiction and law enforcement access to cloud computing services; 5. Data privacy and data protection issues in cloud computing; Part III. Private Ordering and Cloud Computing Contracts: 6. Contracts used to procure cloud services: study on contract structure, and negotiated terms (Part I); 7. Study on cloud computing contracts (Part II): standard terms, impact on governments, and lessons learned; 8. Conclusion; References; Index.
An essential, in-depth analysis of the key legal issues that governments face when adopting cloud computing services.
Kevin McGillivray, PhD has published widely in the areas of law and technology. Kevin also has worked as a researcher on several EU projects including serving as the Data Protection Officer (DPO) on the prestigious Human Brain Project (HBP). Kevin currently serves as DPO for the Norwegian Tax Administration.