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+ - PCI DSS Cloud Computing Guidelines - Roles of Client and Provider->

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MichaelBall writes "This is an information supplement, not intended to replace the PCI Data Security Standard (DSS), but rather to enhance the work done during the development of the Virtualization Guidelines in June of 2011. They have acknowledged the move toward Cloud Services, and have created a set of guidelines to allow businesses to remain PCI Compliant while moving their workloads to the Cloud.
To diferentiate roles and responsibilities between Cloud Customer and Cloud Service Provider, the PCI Security Standards Council leverages the definitions of Cloud Computing provided by NIST to outline the common deployment models:"

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