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Chad Woolf

Author: Chad Woolf

AWS cloud services adhere to CISPE Data Protection Code of Conduct for added GDPR assurance

French version German version I’m happy to announce that AWS has declared 52 services under the Cloud Infrastructure Service Providers Europe Data Protection Code of Conduct (CISPE Code). This provides an independent verification and an added level of assurance to our customers that our cloud services can be used in compliance with the General Data […]

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Announcing Cloud Audit Academy AWS-specific for audit and compliance teams

Today, I’m pleased to announce the launch of Cloud Audit Academy AWS-specific (CAA AWS-specific). This is a new, accelerated training program for auditing AWS Cloud implementations, and is designed for auditors, regulators, or anyone working within a control framework. Over the past few years, auditing security in the cloud has become one of the fastest […]

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AWS and the European Banking Authority Guidelines on Outsourcing

Financial institutions across the globe use AWS to transform the way they do business. It’s exciting to watch our customers in the financial services industry innovate on AWS in unique ways, across all geos and use cases. Regulations continue to evolve in this space, and we’re working hard to help customers proactively respond to new […]

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AWS GDPR Data Processing Addendum – Now Part of Service Terms

Today, we’re happy to announce that the AWS GDPR Data Processing Addendum(.pdf) is now part of our online Service Terms. This means all AWS customers globally can rely on the terms of the AWS GDPR DPA which will apply automatically from May 25, 2018, whenever they use AWS services to process personal data under the GDPR. The AWS […]

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The AWS Shared Responsibility Model and GDPR

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) describes data processor and data controller roles, and some customers and AWS Partner Network (APN) partners are asking how this affects the long-established AWS Shared Responsibility Model. I wanted to take some time to help folks understand shared responsibilities for us and for our customers in context of […]

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All AWS Services GDPR ready

Oct 3, 2019: We’ve updated a sentence to clarify that AWS services can be used in compliance with GDPR. Today, I’m very pleased to announce that all AWS services can be used in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This means that, in addition to benefiting from all of the measures that AWS […]

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AWS Adds 16 More Services to Its PCI DSS Compliance Program

AWS has added 16 more AWS services to its Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance program, giving you more options, flexibility, and functionality to process and store sensitive payment card data in the AWS Cloud. The services were audited by Coalfire to ensure that they meet strict PCI DSS standards. The newly compliant AWS services are: Amazon […]

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