Zensai listing on the CSA STAR Level 1 registry

Zensai/EFI is listed on the Cloud Security Alliance Security, Trust Assurance, and Risk (CSA STAR) Level 1 registry because we've demonstrated that our cloud environment meets the stringent requirements outlined in the Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM).

 

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What is the CSA STAR program?

The CSA STAR program is a rigorous third-party assessment that evaluates a company's security posture against the CSA's CCM. The CCM is a comprehensive framework of cloud-specific security controls and best practices. By achieving this certification, we've demonstrated that our cloud environment meets the stringent requirements outlined in the CCM. As a result of this achievement, we're listed on the CSA STAR registry, which is a publicly-accessible database of cloud service providers that have achieved CSA STAR certification.

 

What does our listing on the CSA STAR Level 1 registry mean to you as a customer?

Our listing on the CSA STAR Level 1 registry indicates that Zensai, as a cloud service provider, has achieved the first level of certification within the CSA STAR program. This demonstrates that we've undergone a formal assessment of our security controls and practices based on the CSA CCM.

This certification is one of the many steps we're taking to assure you, the customer, that Zensai will continue to meet its security requirements and will continue to take the appropriate steps to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your data and services in the cloud.

 

Review our listing on the CSA STAR Level 1 registry

You can review the Zensai listing on the CSA STAR Level 1 registry here.

 

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