Auditing cloud security for STAR certification
STAR Certification gives cloud service providers the ability to prove that their registration to the Cloud Security Alliance’s (CSA’s) Security, Trust and Assurance Registry (STAR) has been independently assessed against the new STAR certification maturity model.
The maturity model checks a service provider’s security performance against the CSA’s Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM) to award an overall grade.
Although only a certified STAR auditor from a certification body can recommend STAR certification, by learning how an organization can meet STAR certification, you can effectively prepare a cloud service provider for a STAR audit.
Led by an experienced tutor, this one-day course will help you learn how to audit cloud security for the STAR certification programme and learn how to apply the maturity model when auditing a provider’s security controls.
STAR Certification is designed for organization's who are ISO/IEC 27001 certified with BSI. To become STAR certified, a cloud security provider must hold ISO/IEC 27001 certification. ISO/IEC 27001 qualified auditors or those with equivalent knowledge and experience are best placed to benefit from this course.