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Title: Cifrado de datos en sistemas de Cloud Público
Author: González Cobo, Rubén
Director: Jordi Guijarro Olivares
Keywords: Cloud Cifrado AWS
Issue Date: Jun-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to review what options have a financial institutions to migrate their infrastructure to cloud provider systems, but always maintaining or enhancing the security of data storage and processing. The financial industry is currently undergoing on a digital transformation process that in some cases involves the migration of infrastructure to cloud systems due, among other things, to the benefits of cloud systems and the arrival of new competitors in the financial sector provided by directives such as PSD2 that require some payment services from financial institutions to be opened up to third parties, known as TPP. TPPs are usually 100% digital companies and support their entire infrastructure in the cloud, which is providing them advantages such as scalability, pay-per-use of resources which results in lower IT costs, as well as reduced time to market, i.e., the time it takes when they detect a business opportunity until they make it available to customers. Therefore, a study has been carried out of the services offered by AWS, PCI-DSS, GDPR and PSD2. In addition, some CASBs have been reviewed. Finally, a series of good practices and examples of architectures have given for complying with PCI-DSS, PSD2 and a solution for making internal applications available at any location in teleworking environments. It has shown that any organization, financial or otherwise, can migrate their systems to the cloud without having to penalize data protection security.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/118087
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