Automox Recognized as Trusted Cloud Provider by Cloud Security Alliance
Automox’s Commitment to Secure Cloud Computing Validated by CSA Trustmark
July 09, 2024
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Automox is now a trusted cloud provider via the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment.

The CSA is the world’s leading organization focused on defining and raising awareness about best practices to ensure a secure cloud computing environment. With this trustmark, Automox stands out among secure cloud computing providers, affirming its commitment to safety, reducing complexity and cost, and providing IT teams more time for strategic work.

“We are thrilled to be one of CSA’s recognized trusted cloud providers as the company leads the industry when it comes to cloud security,” said Tom Bowyer, Director of Security at Automox. “Our acceptance as a trusted cloud provider showcases our strengths in cloud endpoint management automation. We are incredibly proud to partner with the CSA in growing the future of cloud security.”

By joining CSA’s Trusted Cloud Provider program, Automox can better demonstrate its holistic approach to security, serving as a reference for customers seeking cloud providers aligned with their security needs.

“We are excited to recognize Automox’s commitment as a Trusted Cloud Provider with the CSA trustmark," said Jim Reavis, CSA CEO and co-founder. "This endorsement highlights Automox’s dedication to advancing secure cloud computing standards and practices.”

Automox claiming its spot in CSA’s Trusted Cloud Provider program allows the company to demonstrate its commitment to holistic security. It serves as a reference point for customers looking to identify cloud providers aligned with the CSA’s security requirements.

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