The digital transformation—specifically the growth of cloud services—makes organizations of all sizes more agile and secure, simplifies commerce and communications, and fuels innovation and dramatic economic change. But, this transformation also exacerbates some digital policy challenges around security and resilience, consumer protection, sustainability, and human rights. While governments around the world have attempted to tackle these issues, the private sector’s ownership of this technology and its inherent defiance of national borders makes governance exceedingly difficult. Join Carnegie for a conversation on how governments in Africa and Europe are navigating the opportunities and risks of cloud dependence, the complex technology policy landscape, and intersection between the private and public sectors.