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Nov 3, 2013 (3 years and 10 months ago)

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Wireless Password: 9166703926



“The cloud” is real


Electronic data growth is rapid and pervasive


Employees use the cloud to conduct government
work on a daily basis


Driving factors include collaboration and mobile device
use



Need to consider benefits in light of risk



Suzanne Shaw, Senior Counsel • Washington State AGO

Why cloud computing matters

to AGOs and their clients



In the cloud, state agencies still need to


Manage and retain public records


Comply with public disclosure law


Meet litigation hold and discovery requirements


Suzanne Shaw, Senior Counsel • Washington State AGO

Records issues



In the cloud, data owners give up some control


For government, data is treasure


Citizens can’t always choose what data government
stores


Trust lost is not easily regained


Terms and conditions matter

Suzanne Shaw, Senior Counsel • Washington State AGO

Data security and privacy


Breaches and mitigation


Security standards


Procurement


Click
-
through terms


State friendly terms and conditions?

Suzanne Shaw, Senior Counsel • Washington State AGO

Trending issues


Capitals in the Clouds
series, National Association of State Chief
Information Officers (NASCIO) (especially Part III,
Recommendations for Mitigating Risks: Jurisdictional, Contracting
and Service Levels
)

http://www.nascio.org/publications/



Online File Storage Guidelines for State Agencies
, Washington State
Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)

http://ofm.wa.gov/ocio/default.asp



Cloud and Offsite Hosting Specific Terms and Conditions
, Delaware
Department of Technology & Information (DTI)

http://dti.delaware.gov/pdfs/pp/EditableCloudandOffsiteHostingTemplate.pdf

Suzanne Shaw, Senior Counsel • Washington State AGO

Cloud legal & policy considerations
-

resources for states


IT needs support from the legal department


Speaking the same language


Looking for solutions that create a win win


Cloud and legal issues remain cloudy at best…


Google Glass


Self driving cars


Increased mobility

Jon White, IT Director • Washington State AGO

Education (there isn't an app for it)


Do we have to use the cloud…


A terabyte of growth a month


In
-
house storage cost .86¢ a gig


Cloud storage cost .09¢ to .12¢ a gig


Security professionals

Jon White, IT Director • Washington State AGO

We need the cloud


Vendor protected Terms and Conditions


Consumer vs. government Terms and Conditions


Consumer vs. enterprise Cloud services


End users are able to enroll without ITs knowledge

Jon White, IT Director • Washington State AGO

Click
-
through terms and conditions


Legal Standards around Data Classification/Protection


Are staff trained on state/agency data classification
standards


Are staff provided with options and training on how
they

are required to protect state data


Jon White, IT Director • Washington State AGO

Data classification


A big part of government services will soon live on
and/or access the cloud.


AGs must partner with IT professionals to help client
agencies understand how to safely access cloud
services


Waiting for the clouds to part is no longer an option,
Attorney General
Bob Ferguson

and I live in
Washington State



Jon White, IT Director • Washington State AGO

Cloud computing


Suzanne Shaw, Senior Counsel


Washington State Attorney General’s Office


Olympia, WA


suzanne.shaw@atg.wa.gov


360
-
753
-
9671


Jon White, IT Director

Washington State Attorney General’s Office

Olympia, WA

360
-
480
-
1674

jon.white@atg.wa.gov





Contact information

Wireless Password: 9166703926