Library Update: Cloud Security Alliance - Cloud Controls Matrix v3.0.1

The Alyne library has just been updated to cover the CSA Cloud Controls Matrix v3.0.1 (CSA CCM).

The update has been provides alike. The new content includes a CSA CCM Control Set containing 556 Control Statements, and a corresponding Assessment. We also added some new Control Statements to the Alyne library to appropriately cover the standard.

The CSA CCM Control Set covers the fundamental security principles developed by the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) to guide cloud vendors and assist prospective cloud customers in assessing the overall security risk of a cloud provider. There are a total of 13 domains in this framework, that provide a detailed understanding of information and cloud security concepts. The CSA CCM Control Set may be used to help identify and mitigate security threats and vulnerabilities in the cloud.  

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Cyrus Ardeshirian

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