Nutanix has published the Level 1 Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire (CAIQ) for the Nutanix Frame®, Nutanix Beam™, and Flow Security Central™ products. The CSA is an organization of security professionals dedicated to defining and raising awareness for security best practices within the cloud computing environment. The CAIQ is an extensive set of standardized security questions used to measure a Cloud Service Provider’s (CSP’s) ability to meet controls against the Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM), which is the CSA’s defined cybersecurity control framework.
The CSA STAR CAIQ provides current and potential customers with a publicly available and transparent view of the security, compliance, operational, and risk management controls in place for a particular CSP or product. Additionally, customers can leverage the CAIQ to assess which CSP’s best align to the security requirements, goals, and objectives of their own organization.
The Frame, Beam, and Flow Security Central assessments are available for download on the CSA STAR Registry and are updated annually.
More information about Nutanix’s security, data protection, and product compliance programs can be found at the Nutanix Trust site: https://www.nutanix.com/trust.
More information about the Nutanix Frame, Nutanix Beam and Flow Security Central products can be found at: https://www.nutanix.com/products/.
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