Without any doubt trust is the cornerstone of any relationship between companies of any nature. A relationship that little by little has moved from one-to-one towards one-to-many and in a more intertwined relationship among each other, where technology, in many ways, pivots and shapes how companies can go from doing a local activity to have a global presence in a matter of hours, targeting consumers from disperse ways and with targeted-customer-focus services.
As the above progress rapidly, regulation follows suit closely to make sure there is not a distortion of trust that could impact companies, consumers, and society in ultimate instance.
As Governments, public, private, and non-profit companies keep its pace by adopting cloud services, regulation, at any level, empowers and encapsulates trust through channels such as security and privacy frameworks, standards, best practices, and guidelines. If the progress of technology moves vertically, regulations do the same but horizontally.
So, how does Oracle Cloud Apps give the level of trust that customers across all sectors demand in Spain?
A solid and transparent trust comes twofold: National Security Schema (Esquema Nacional Seguridad – ENS) and PINAKES.
Today we see many regulations and directives emanating from the European Union that will come into effect across each state member in the coming months, and applicable to companies, suppliers, and organizations that deliver essential or critical services for the European Union economy and society.