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asaph-o-curd Asaph O'Curd|   Mar 29, 2021

Experiences with Cloud Security Alliance?

They bill themselves as a neutral, non-profit cybersecurity organization focused on the cloud. Does having a certificate from them look good to employers? Do companies advertise that they follow CSA’s security guidelines?

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