CSA Seeks Input on the CTP Reference Architecture Model
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) CloudTrust Protocol (CTP) would like to invite you to review and comment on the CTP Reference Architecture Model. The CloudTrust Protocol (CTP) was invented to restore to the enterprise the ability to confirm that “whatever is claimed to be happening in the cloud is, indeed, happening … and nothing else.” Beneath all the enterprise anxieties about security, privacy, integrity, and compliance lies the inability to use traditional methods to see, monitor, measure, or control activities and operations in a cloud. The CTP provides a basis for cloud consumers to recover that ability “to see what is going on in the cloud” and thereby solve their cloud service value equation. No potential cloud consumer or workload should be invalidated a priori simply because of industry or policy mandates or legacy computing circumstances. The open review and comments period ends on May 4th, 2012. Submitting feedback is easy with our 3 step process. Follow the below link to the peer review site: https://cloudsecurityalliance.org/research/ctp/ref-arch-review/ We appreciate your assistance. Thank you in advance for your time and contribution.
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