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Ribose first to achieve CSA STAR Certification with new CCM v4 cloud security standard

Hong Kong, 23 December 2021 – 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) v4 cloud security standard. Ribose is also the first CSP to have achieved more than 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 v4 family of cloud security standards.


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 v4 and MTCS.

Ribose is free to use: ribose.com.

BSI (British Standards Institution) helps businesses turn best practices into habits of excellence. As the world’s first national standards body and a founding member of ISO, BSI’s standards inspire excellence across the globe: bsigroup.com.

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: cloudsecurityalliance.org­­.