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URN etd-0806112-192729
Author Yen-Lin Huang
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Department Public Affairs Management
Year 2011
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title User’s Risk Management for the Personal Data of the Cloud Computing Service Industires
Date of Defense 2012-07-03
Page Count 189
Keyword
  • Personal Information
  • Information Security
  • Stakeholder Theory
  • Cloud Computing
  • Privacy
  • Risk Management
  • Personal Data Protection
  • Abstract With the rapid development of Information Technology, “Cloud Computing” is becoming increasingly popular in the industry as it is accessible to various data processing services just by connecting to third-party cloud service providers via network. A new global technological trend has thus been ushered as a result of powerful processing, elastic usage and low cost of the cloud computing.
    Although “Cloud Computing” provides a cloud which is more large-scaled, relevant and beneficial, most practical cloud patrons are aware that what matters is its corresponding security. Any who has ever used the Internet, whether an enterprise or an individual, will inevitably run the risks of information recorded, copied, leaked, deleted inappropriately or accidently or even used for inappropriate purposes by third-parties. The private data and business secrets of the stakeholders of an enterprise, including its customers, partners, employees or suppliers, will also suffer from the information vulnerability.
    Therefore, as for the cloud computing industry, what matters for the government, enterprise or individual is to provide an information security shelter rather than a network environment in which the personal data is highly exposed. Cavoukin (2010) argues that the issue of information security related to the cloud computing is one of issues in the public domain. The data generated from the digital cloud computing management and the people involved are so large that each citizen is drawn to be concerned with the government policies and laws (Lee, 2010).
    In this paper, we make a risk management for the cloud computing and discuss the risk management mechanisms for the cloud computing industry with the Freeman’s stakeholder theory.
    Advisory Committee
  • San-Yih Hwang - chair
  • Hueimei Liang - co-chair
  • Jih-Hwa Wu - advisor
  • Chin-Tarn Lee - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2012-08-06

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