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PwC, CSA join hands to boost cloud security
    2017-September-1  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Zhang Yu

Jenizhang13@163.com

ACCOUNTING firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) signed a cooperation deal in Shenzhen on Thursday to promote the development of cloud security in China.

The two will team up in areas such as setting cloud security standards, system construction, talent training and subject study. The CSA has allowed PwC to launch CSA courses for training and certification to jointly cultivate professional lecturers.

Meanwhile, the two will develop businesses including security standards research, security monitoring certification of cloud computing products, consultation and other services, so as to materialize cloud security research results.

“At present, cloud computing has been widely used in China. Enterprises are also increasing investments in the field of cloud security. By virtue of the CSA’s high-quality research results and application practices, the cooperation will help us better serve the needs of cloud security for enterprises and enhance the trust in all parties in cloud ecology,” said Li Rui, a network security and privacy services partner with PwC’s China division.

Yale Li, chairman of greater China CSA, said he was optimistic about cloud computing’s development in China. Cloud computing has been widely applied in China over the past few years, and the gap is narrowing compared with the United States. He added that Huawei, Alibaba and Tencent have done a great job as cloud computing providers.

The CSA is a non-profit global organization initiated in December in 2008, and is committed to the comprehensive development of international cloud computing security. Many influential IT enterprises at home and abroad are members of the alliance, such as Microsoft, Google, Huawei, Alibaba and Qihoo 360.

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