How to become a Cloud Officer?

This course aims to provide a general introduction to cloud computing, within the context of IT outsourcing. The goal is to prepare someone to assume the role of “Cloud Officer” as per CSSF Circular 17/654 amended by CSSF Circular 19/714 and be responsible for the use of cloud services, understanding the competences of the staff managing cloud computing resources.

09 June: 9am-12pm - Part 1 & 10 June 2021: 9am-12pm - Part 2 (EN) - Webinar format

Price: 1050.00 €

Duration: 6h

Language: English

Number of participants: 20


By the end of this training, the participants will be able to:

  • Describe different governance models supporting IT outsourcing to a public cloud provider;
  • Explain the different cloud platform service delivery models;
  • Describe how risk is managed within the context of a “shared security model” with a cloud provider.


1. IT governance, outsourcing, cloud risks

  • IT governance, risk management and compliance;
  • IT sourcing models (incl. cloud);
  • Cloud risks and CSSF considerations;
  • Cloud Contractual clauses.

2. Overview of cloud technologies

  • Definition;
  • Cloud Service Model;
  • Cloud Deployment Model;
  • What Cloud is and what Cloud is not;
  • How to control cloud activities;
  • Providers landscape and overview of service offering;
  • SLAs in the Cloud models.

3. Shared security model

  • Definition;
  • How to modify governance and risk approach;
  • How to monitor.

Target audience

  • Individuals who are going to be a Cloud Officer;
  • IT supervisors of organisations using or contemplating cloud use.

Our lead experts

Florian Bewig is Managing Director in the Risk Assurance Advisory Services where he mainly focuses on Information Technology internal control and regulatory compliance engagements. Since he joined PricewaterhouseCoopers in 2001, Florian has specialized in the assessment of internal controls mainly in the context of statutory audit assignments and third party assurance engagements for financial institutions. Florian is also specialized in assessing the feasibility of IT-sourcing projects, both from a regulatory as well as operational point of view.
Florian is also providing technical trainings on an ongoing basis to both colleagues and clients, covering areas such as developing an IT audit approach, protection of sensitive data and regulatory requirements regarding IT outsourcing.​

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