Business analytics and technology consulting provider Trellance is announcing that it has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining best practices that help ensure a secure cloud computing environment.
Trellance obtained the CSA’s STAR (Security, Trust, Assurance, and Risk) Registry Level 2 certification, which requires a rigorous third-party independent assessment of the security of a cloud service provider. Senior Director of IT Operations and Security Jeff Shrout said Trellance is now recognized as a Trusted Cloud Provider, which is important as more credit unions embrace cloud-based services.
“Credit unions must have trust and confidence in their technology partners and it’s our goal to make the strength of our security practices clear and evident,” Shrout said. “Credit unions don’t need to simply ‘take our word,’ an independent and accredited third-party has audited and validated our adherence to stringent best practices as a cloud service provider.”
Trellance offers both cloud-based and on-premise delivery of its solutions. Recently, more credit unions have moved to cloud-based services, which offer significant benefits such as faster, simpler deployments and cost-effectiveness. In response to the increased demand, Trellance plans to introduce additional cloud services in 2022.
The CSA is a nonprofit organization led by a coalition of industry practitioners, corporations, and other stakeholders that establish and monitor cloud platforms and cloud service providers. They maintain a publicly assessable registry of cloud service providers and cloud SaaS providers, which is available at cloudsecurityalliance.org.
In addition to being CSASTAR Level 2 certified, Trellance is also compliant with SOC 1 and 2 standards and is Level 1 Service Provider certified with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.
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