Today, Microsoft announced the newly developed "Microsoft Cloud Design" package for the Public Sector, a compilation of tools, blueprints, policies, reports and training aimed at the public sector in Sweden. The purpose is to make it easier for the public sector in Sweden to use cloud services in Microsoft Azure. Microsoft Cloud design will be launched on December 1th 2020 in collaboration with a number of selected partner companies in Sweden, one of them being Onevinn.
“In Sweden, there are a number of laws and regulations to take into account when using cloud services. Microsoft Cloud Design for the Public Sector focuses on simplifying the work with regulatory compliance with the three most common laws and regulations in the public sector, GDRP, OSL and the Security Protection Act, ”says Daniel Akenine, Nationell Teknikchef at Microsoft Sweden.
MSMD is especially aimed at those who need to comply with the regulations, requirements and laws that apply to the public sector in Sweden. The design is aimed to create a cloud environment for IT services with very high IT security without sacrificing functionality while containing a number of tools to help comply with regulations and laws such as GDPR, OSL and the Security Protection Act.
Onevinn has been selected as one of seven partners to Microsoft. This partnership is formed to help customers with their cloud journey while continuing to stay secure and compliant.
Examples of enablers in the package specific to GDPR:
- Azure Blueprint for Public Sector
- Microsoft Compliance Package for GDPR
- Azure Data Subject Request
And features for maintaining OSL (Offentlighets och Sekretess-Lagen):
- Azure Customer Lockbox
- Double Key Encryption
Microsoft Cloud Design for the Public Sector will be launched on December 1th 2020 in collaboration with Onevinn and 6 other partners.
See the full press release from Microsoft here in Swedish: