Netmagic Receives CSA STAR Certification

First cloud service provider in the world to be certified for latest version 3.0.1

Netmagichas achieved Cloud Security Alliance’s Security, Trust & Assurance Registry (CSA STAR) certification after a rigorous audit process. Netmagic thus becomes the first cloud service provider in India to receive the CSA STAR certification, an industry benchmark for the specific security requirements of multi-tenant service providers.

Netmagic is also the first service provider in the world to be certified for CSA STAR Cloud Capability Maturity Model (CCM) version 3.0.1. This further strengthens Netmagic’s commitment to deliver cloud computing solutions that facilitate interoperability, portability, and security for various enterprise end user scenarios announced the press release.

“We pursued the certification as part of our ongoing commitment to provide the highest possible levels of cloud security and compliance. This certification places us at par with international standards and reinforces our adherence to best cloud security practices, facilitating a secure working environment for enterprises in India,” said SharadSanghi, Managing Director & CEO, Netmagic, an NTT Communications Company.

“Demonstrable security, trust and assurance for the customer is the need of the hour and Netmagic’s success in achieving this feat is a clear demonstration of its core competency in this field,” said VenkataramArabolu, MD, BSI Group India.

Continuing its commitment towards improvement of processes and innovations in offerings and delivery, Netmagic has further reinstated it’s stand by becoming the first cloud service provider, both in India and across the world, to have achieved the CSA Star certification version 3.0.1, wherein Netmagic’s infrastructure, physical and logical security measures, processes, portal, and technical staff went through extensive review by BSI. This was in order to validate the operational integration which is designed to provide a controlled framework that addresses the unique security requirements demanded by customers of cloud service providers.

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