Articles Related to Data Sovereignty

Understanding current cybersecurity challenges in law: data sovereignty & cross-border data transfers (Article 1)

This article is the first in our new six-part series. Here, we will set the stage for our much more detailed future exploration of some of the current important issues relating to cybersecurity, and the law.

USMCA won’t affect Amazon Web Services Canada region: Gales

The new trade agreement makes specific mention of not requiring cloud services to be located in a country's territory.

USMCA round-up: How it affects Canada’s tech sector

The new free trade agreement between Canada and the United States comes with some caveats that will affect the tech sector.

Google Cloud Next: 5 new features for G Suite explained in GIFs

G Suite will now write your emails for you (or at least a portion of them) and allow users to determine where data is stored.

Data residency requirements will impede Government progress on cloud, says expert

The Government of Canada should shift its cloud policy away from data sovereignty to focus more on security, says Mario Meroni, area vice-president for...

Choosing the right cloud infrastructure provider – Twitter chat recap

Our Twitter chat featured guest experts that are clients of AWS and Azure cloud services, and an operator of a hyperscale-class data centre firm.

Datto establishes West Coast presence with opening of Calgary-based data centre

Bi-coastal data centre provides a foundation for the company's Canadian expansion, according to the data protection vendor

Q&A: What are the cloud computing challenges around data sovereignty in Canada?

Industry expert Ben Young recently spoke with IT World Canada’s security-focused publication CSO Digital to discuss the data sovereignty issues, trends, and challenges for Canada

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