Simplifying cloud security assessment with CSA Star

The 300-question security self-assessment for Objective Connect is now available

Are data security concerns around external information sharing keeping you up at night? We get it and have made it even easier for organisations to drill into their security and privacy at detail. That’s why in addition to 3rd party ISO27001 and IRAP assessments, Objective Connect offers you further peace of mind and transparency with the ability to self-assess with CSA STAR.

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) is the world’s leading organisation dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment. The Security, Trust, Assurance and Risk Registry (STAR) is a publicly accessible registry that documents the security and privacy controls provided by popular cloud computing offerings.

STAR Self-Assessments are updated annually and ultimately reduce the complexity for a government agency when gathering information across multiple questionnaires for security assessments.

Objective Connect completed a Self-Assessment with CSA STAR - a complimentary offering that helps users to take initiative to simplify processes and assess the security of cloud providers they currently use or are considering. For Objective Connect, we have completed the Consensus Assessment Initiative Questionnaire with over 300 questions, documenting compliance with the industry standard Cloud Controls Matrix.

The assessment is publicly available and with a quick download of a spreadsheet, organisations will have transparency and visibility around Objective Connect security at their fingertips. By downloading the self-assessment, you can access Objective Connect’s security and compliance posture, including the regulations, standards and frameworks adhered to.

Where can you find Objective Connect’s CSA STAR Self-Assessment?

The STAR Registry Listing is available on CSA’s website. Access it here.