Meeting the 14 Cloud Security Principles as Defined by UK Government
Throughout the UK public sector, service transformation is increasing the need to work collaboratively on projects with team members dispersed across organisations who are fast realising the cost benefits and agility that secure cloud collaboration provides.
Traditional on-premise corporate IT systems are often difficult, from a cost and security point of view, to open up for access by external stakeholders. Fortunately, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) offers guidelines to assess, deploy and use cloud services securely and promote Cyber Essentials, a government-backed, industry supported scheme to help organisations protect themselves against common cyber-attacks.
With Cyber Essentials Plus certification, and security accredited for use by organisations such as the Ministry of Defence and the NHS , this latest guide explains how a cloud collaboration platform can be assessed against the NCSC’s 14 Cloud Security Principles and includes:
- What the security principles are and what they mean in practice
- The security controls Kahootz has in place to keep data secure
Why Kahootz is trusted by UK Government departments to store and share OFFICIAL (including OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE) information
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