Contractors and the Cloud

Do you have contractors who analyze your data for you?  Do they use cloud storage?  Do you know?  How secure it that?  Is that prohibited by your service contract?

“Data on 198 Million Votes Exposed Online,” The Wall Street Journal, June 20, 2017 A4. Deep Root Analytics, a Republican party consultant, used an online storage system that was reportedly open to the world for several days.  Most/some of the information exposed was publicly available information on voters.  A lot of voters.

Well, at least the Russians (or the DNC) didn’t hack it.  Or did they?

What controls do you have that protect information your consultants are using and the opinions you are paying them to provide you?  Do you care?  It’s not like it’s money or anything.

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