Corporate Membership Benefits
Cloud Security Alliance has information, tools and guidance that will help you reap full benefit from your cloud investment. As an enterprise corporate member, you can help shape the future of IT, learn how to manage your provider relationships, and ensure you are part of the important work that lies ahead in securing the cloud ecosystem.
CSA CCSK is the first and only user credential demonstrating awareness of the security threats and best practices for securing the cloud—was named the top cloud computing certification by CIO.com only three years after its introduction. Having employees on your staff with expertise in cloud security helps ensure your enterprise is reaping the maximum benefit from the cloud, while protecting one of your most valuable assets—your data.
At the current exam fee price of US $345, this benefit is worth more than a quarter of the membership dues alone.
Members receive one free pass to a CSA Congress event in North America, Europe or Asia. This is an excellent opportunity to learn from cloud experts and network with users, providers and government representatives.
This is a US $1,200 to $1,500 value.
Your enterprise employees’ engagement in conducting CSA research helps build their expertise, while also assuring that your izational requirements are addressed in evolving best practices and standards for the cloud.
Corporate Member options for collaboration include:
- Providing peer review feedback on CSA Documents
- Conducting research over nearly 30 areas of focus in CSA Working Groups
- Discussing strategic shared concerns in the CSA Enterprise User Council
- Managing relationships with standards bodies in CSA’s International Standardization Council
Members may opt-in to have their logo displayed on the Corporate Members page and see their company details and contact information displayed on the Solution Providers page. Members have the authority to display CSA logos and membership affiliation across their collateral and website, further establishing themselves as thought leaders shaping the cloud industry.
Members raise their profiles as informed and proactive adopters of secure cloud technologies.
The CSA Security, Trust and Assurance Registry (STAR) is widely consulted by enterprise users for discovering information about the security practices of cloud providers they wish to use. All corporate members are eligible to receive a premium listing with their logo prominently displayed. In addition, corporate members receive a 20% discount on the listing fee for the Level Two Certification and Attestation. Use STAR and corporate membership to maximize public notice of your company’s good cloud security practices
CSA Executive Leadership Briefing
CSA leaders are plugged in to the industry at the most strategic levels and they will pass that information along — tailored for your business — in an annual briefing on CSA research activities and key developments within the cloud security industry. The briefings can be presented in person or via phone/teleconference.
CSA’s Ask an Expert program offers you an annual opportunity to seek private, vendor-neutral advice from one of its subject matter experts. The counsel is provided via a confidential online forum and can address your tactical cloud security questions, discuss broader security issues, or even help you develop a high-level cloud strategy.
Get the most from your CSA Membership
Contact Brent Lundstrom to schedule a briefing.