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Ribose first to achieve CSA STAR Certification with new CCM 3.0.1 cloud security standard

Hong Kong, 17 November 2014 – Ribose has become the world’s first cloud service provider (CSP) to achieve STAR Certification from the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) compliant to the latest Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM) 3.0.1 cloud security standard. Ribose is also the first CSP to have achieved two consecutive STAR Gold Certifications, indicating the maturity level of its security controls.

STAR Certification, the internationally-recognized cloud security certification program jointly developed by CSA and BSI, specifies comprehensive and stringent cloud security requirements on CSPs. Ribose’s latest certification was awarded by BSI, and Ribose is currently the only CSP worldwide with STAR Certification compliant to the CCM 3 family of cloud security standards.

“Users depend on the Ribose platform to work and innovate with others. By achieving compliance to the most comprehensive cloud security standard to date, users can rest assured relying on Ribose for their success,” noted Ronald Tse, founder of Ribose. “Receiving two consecutive Gold ratings testifies to our commitment in protecting users' information and privacy to the greatest extent.”

David Horlock, Asia Pacific Managing Director of BSI, remarked, “In today’s connected world, cloud security and privacy are more important than ever. In becoming the world’s first organization certified to the latest cloud security standard CCM 3.0.1, Ribose has again demonstrated its commitment to protecting its users' data by adopting world-class best practice in cloud security.”

“Cloud security is an ongoing matter, and CSA continuously updates the CCM and the STAR Certification program to address the latest concerns. As a pioneer in cloud security, Ribose is leading the industry by certifying to the CCM 3.0.1 cloud security standard, reinforcing its commitment to providing a safe, secure collaboration platform,” explained Jim Reavis, CEO of CSA.

Aloysius Cheang, Standards Secretariat and Managing Director APAC of CSA, said, “CCM 3.0.1 represents over a year of our work in addressing the latest cloud security concerns and industry best practices. In certifying to the latest cloud security standard, Ribose gives its users confidence that their information is well-protected.”

Ribose is a cloud collaboration platform that makes working together easy and fun. A forerunner in cloud security, Ribose is the world’s first cloud service provider certified to CSA STAR using CCM 3 and MTCS. It is also certified to ISO/IEC 27001, ISO/IEC 20000-1 and CDSA CPS standards, and approved by the UK Government’s G-Cloud program for government use.

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The Cloud Security Alliance is a not-for-profit organization led by a broad industry coalition. Dedicated to promote the use of best practices for providing security assurance within Cloud Computing, CSA also provides education on the uses of Cloud Computing to help secure all other forms of computing:­­.