iboss Zero Trust Security Service Edge Provider Receives CSA STAR Level 2 Certification

iboss, a leading provider of Zero Trust Security Services, has achieved the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Level 2 certification in Security, Trust, Assurance and Risk Registration (STAR). Rigorous independent STAR review covering key principles of transparency, rigorous auditing and harmonization of standards outlined in the Cybersecurity Control Framework of the Cloud Control Matrix (CCM) for Computing cloud.

The iboss Zero Trust Security Service Edge (SSE) platform provides a one-stop service to replace outdated VPNs, proxy devices, and VDIs. The platform enhances security, improves end-user experience, streamlines technology, and significantly reduces costs for customers. The iboss platform effectively protects users, including security enforcement points through Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), malware prevention, compliance policy, data loss prevention, browser isolation, and logging. Additionally, iboss Zero Trust SSE is compliant with NIST 800-207 guidelines, making it the ideal technical implementation for organizations looking to adopt a Zero Trust architecture.

“We are honored to announce our compliance with the CSA STAR Level 2 Certification,”
“At iboss, we value putting our customers first. This certification demonstrates our dedication to maintaining the highest level of security, safety, and privacy controls, as well as our ongoing commitment to delivering innovative and secure Zero Trust solutions that adhere to the ever-evolving cybersecurity best practices.”
Paul Martini, CEO and co-founder of iboss.

Valid for three years, CSA STAR Level 2 certification conforms to ISO/IEC 27001 protocol, the international standard for information security. By combining the requirements of the Information Security Standard with the CCM, certification further ensures a robust and technology-neutral certification process.

CSA is the leading global organization dedicated to identifying and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure secure cloud environments, led by a broad coalition of industry experts. , businesses, associations and other key stakeholders.