We’re excited to announce that Amazon Web Services (AWS) has achieved Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Security Trust Assurance and Risk (STAR) Level 2 certification with no findings.

CSA STAR Level 2 certification is a rigorous third-party independent assessment of the security of a cloud service provider. The certification demonstrates that a cloud service provider conforms to the applicable requirements of the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 management system standard and has addressed requirements critical to cloud security as outlined in the CSA Cloud Controls Matrix criteria. CSA STAR Level 2 certification verifies for cloud customers the use of best practices and the security posture of AWS Cloud offerings.

Ernst and Young Certify Point issued the certificate on November 6, 2020. The covered AWS Regions are included on the CSA STAR Level 2 certificate and the full list of AWS services in scope for CSA STAR Level 2 is available on our ISO and CSA STAR Certified webpage. You can view and download our CSA STAR Level 2 certificate online and in the console via AWS Artifact. The certificate is also available for download from the CSA STAR certification registry.

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Anastasia Strebkova

Anastasia is a Security Assurance Manager at Amazon Web Services on the Global Audits team, managing the AWS ISO portfolio. She has previously worked on IT audits, governance, risk, privacy, business continuity, and information security program management for cloud enterprises. Anastasia holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Civil Law from Moscow Law Academy.