At any stage of your transition to a cloud environment, CSA can guide and support you by giving you valuable tools and information to get the most out of your investment. As an Enterprises 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 of securing the cloud ecosystem.
Learn how your organization can leverage the following
benefits by talking to a CSA representative today.
Enterprises can seek private, vendor-neutral advice from subject matter experts within CSA on everything from best practices for developing a cloud strategy to tactical issues such as selecting, evaluating, on-boarding and monitoring cloud service providers.
Certification & Training
CSA’s Certification and Training Program is based on vendor-neutral research compiled by the industry’s subject matter experts and includes courses covering governance, risk and compliance, auditing, architecture, and more. CSA enterprise members are given eight free seats to the course/certification of your choice. You will also be given special volume discounts on training, exam tokens and more when purchasing in bulk for your team.
CSA events provide an excellent opportunity to learn from cloud experts and network with users, providers and government representatives. As a member, your company will have access to exclusive discounts to CSA events and volume discounts when purchasing passes and trainings at these events for teams. In addition, Enterprise Corporate members also receive two free passes to CSA’s yearly conferences.
Research Leadership & Engagement
Enterprise working groups identify common pain points and allow collaboration among key stakeholders to initiate industry change among solution providers. Enterprises whose employees engage in conducting CSA research build their expertise while also ensuring that best practices and standards for the cloud are implemented into organizational requirements. Other benefits include early access to CSA research before its available to the general public, and priority access to research analysts.
Industry Collaboration Sessions
Collaboration sessions are an opportunity to learn from your peers and participate in a roundtable discussion with other executives. These sessions are reserved for enterprise users to discuss strategic concerns and collaborate on possible solutions. This also the forum where enterprise's subject matter experts can advise CSA research and education roadmaps by suggesting pertinent topics.
Executive briefings give your team access to subject matter experts to discuss cloud-specific platforms, industry trends, and technology implementations. During these sessions, we provide a forum where you can interact with CSA leadership, share strategies, and exchange information in a closed door environment. Based on the topic, attendees will receive valuable insights presented exclusively to this group by some of the top industry experts leading CSA’s research activities.
International Standardization Council (ISC)
Manage relationships with the standards bodies and accelerate your ability to navigate the standards space. Joining the standardization council through CSA makes it accessible to participate in discussions around international standards and provides members new to the standardization world with a clear path to becoming more involved. You will learn how standards are created, processes used, and steps taken to create a standard. The CSA co-chairs will also provide participants with the key highlights and summary of the discussions happening around standardizations. Members are eligible to apply for an ISC position or simply play an advisory role to stay informed.
Membership Spotlight Calls
Broken up by membership benefit, the spotlight calls allow enterprise members to stay up to date on the latest opportunities in research, training and the CSA STAR program. Each call is around 30 minutes and designed to make your team aware of exclusive benefits available to you as a CSA Enterprise Member.
CSA’s online communities are a forum for vibrant online discussions. From our LinkedIn group of over 97,000+ members, growing by over 300 per week to Circle, the dedicated online platform for CSA members, our communities allow members to be part of a dedicated network of information security professionals. Corporate members are eligible to share thought leadership with our broader community and engage in exclusive discussion forums for Enterprise members.
Branding with CSA
As an optional benefit, Enterprise members are entitled to display their corporate logo on the CSA website. CSA's Corporate members are also allowed to use the CSA logo, which they can post on the website or use with printed collateral. Branding with CSA demonstrates thought leadership by showing the industry that you are part of an elite group driving cloud security.
Tools & Platforms
Tools for Due Diligence
As the industry needs evolve, the CSA community creates security and privacy tools for due diligence such as the Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM), Consensus Assessment Initiative Questionnaire (CAIQ) and STAR registry (CAIQ). Corporate members gain exclusive use permissions, access to APIs, and various licenses to SaaS tools created for the community by the community to streamline the adoption of cloud services.
Threat Intelligence Exchange
CSA enterprise members receive two complimentary seats for the cyber threat intelligence exchange. Security operations teams can leverage this platform to quickly and anonymously collaborate with other members on attack mitigation and solutions. It can be used to communicate threats either internally or externally, and companies hesitant about sharing data outside of their organization can still leverage it to communicate threats between departments.
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out the specific challenges
your organization is facing so we can help you find the best ways to leverage these benefits.