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STAR Registry Listing for

Secret Server Cloud

Founded in 2013 by the Cloud Security Alliance, the Security Trust Assurance and Risk (STAR) registry encompasses key principles of transparency, rigorous auditing, and cloud security and privacy best practices.

Secret Server Cloud

Privileged Access Security and Password Protection.

Establish Vault – Set granular permissions, users, and
structure to map to your organization.

Discover Privileges – Identify all service, application,
administrator, and root accounts to curb privilege sprawl.

Manage Secrets – Provision, deprovision, ensure
password complexity, and rotate credentials.

Delegate Access – Implement role-based access control,
workflow for access requests, and approvals for third

Control Sessions – Implement session launching, proxies,
monitoring, and recording capabilities.

Protect Unix – Implement Unix command whitelisting
and SSH Key Management.

Information about Secret Server Cloud
Listed Since: 10/01/2019
Last Updated: 10/15/2020

Level 1: Self-Assessment

At level one organizations can submit one or both of the security and privacy self-assessments. These are based off of the Cloud Controls Matrix and the CSA Code of Conduct for GDPR Compliance.

Security Self-Assessment
Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire v3.0.1
The CCM, the only meta-framework of cloud-specific security controls, mapped to leading standards, best practices and regulations. CCM provides organizations with the needed structure, detail and clarity relating to information security tailored to cloud computing. CCM is currently considered a de-facto standard for cloud security assurance and compliance.There is a new version of CCM available.
Deprecated assessments do not necessarily indicate non-compliance. In this case, the self-assessment has not been updated in more than one year. We suggest contacting this organization directly to request that they submit an updated self-assessment.