Cloud Governance: Basics and Practice brings to life the diverse range of opportunities and risks associated with governing the adoption and enterprise-wide use of the cloud.
Corporate governance is uniquely disrupted by the cloud; exacerbating existing risks, and creating new and unexpected operational, cybersecurity, and regulatory risks. The cloud further extends the enterprise’s reliance on cloud service providers (CSPs), fueling an urgent need for agile and resilient business and IT strategies, governance, enterprise risk management (ERM), and new skills. This book discusses how the cloud is uniquely stressing corporate governance.
Cloud Governance is a user-friendly practical reference guide with chapter-based self-assessment questions. The chapters in this book are interconnected and centered in a cloud governance ecosystem. This book will guide teachers, students, and professionals as well as operational and risk managers, auditors, consultants, and boards of directors.