Personal Cloud Network - RISK THREAT – Counter Measure Models

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Session Topic: Personal Cloud Network - RISK THREAT - Counter Measure Models

Thursday 2G

Convener: Dan Blum

Notes-taker(s): John Fontana/Dan Blum

Discussion notes, key understandings, outstanding questions, observations, and, if appropriate to this discussion: action items, next steps:

The session started out constructing the following matrix. At the end of the session it was partially constructed. As such it is a useful starting point for developers of personal clouds and personal cloud networks, but must be tailored for each individual type of service, as they have considerable variations. Multiple tables are also required as implied under the risk column.

Discussion

An attendee asked - What aspects of this exercise are the same as for any personal storage or collaboration service, and what are unique to personal clouds?

This led to a discussion of personal cloud assumptions and variations that might affect the risk assessment.


Assumptions

privacy (users at center)

cloud portability if hosted - access from anywhere if not hosted

lifetime accessibility

user controls policy and sharing / security option

Personal cloud + network = centralization


Variations

self-hosted

cloud service

de / centralized registry.

common carrier

user or shared control

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