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The Cloud Security Alliance Cloud Controls Matrix CCM is specifically designed to provide fundamental security principles to guide cloud vendors and to assist prospective cloud customers in assessing the overall security risk of a cloud provider. The CSA CCM provides a controls framework that gives detailed understanding of security concepts and principles that are aligned to the Cloud Security Alliance guidance in 13 domains. This document is an addendum to the CCM V3. This document contains the additional controls that serves to bridge the gap between CCM V3. The report summarizes the mapping of CCM v3. Description: The CCM, the only meta-framework of cloud-specific security controls, mapped to leading standards, best practices and regulation

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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Toni anwar. This may be a precursor to undertakin assessment. Instructions 1. It is recommended that the assessment be undertaken by a small team or reviewed by a team of IT although independent assessors are not required for this.

Use the Process results tab example in appendix A of the guide to summarize your results of the a 2. You are required to start at level 1 because that is where the specfic questions are asked about the achieved.

At Level 1 For each process be assessed ask if the process is achieveing its outcomes, answer yes comments to support your conclusion.

At higher levels you are no longer looking at specific process outcomes but at overall generi to 5. Use this process as a 'pre-cursor' to a more detailed assessment and not as the definitiv processes. Level 0 The process is not implemented, Incomplete or fails to achieve its process purpose. Level 2 PA 2. The work products or outputs from the process are defined and controlled.

Level 3 PA 3. Level 4 PA 4. Level 5 PA 5. To ensure that IT-related strategies and objectives, ensure that IT-related processes are overseen effectively and transparently, compliance with le governance requirements for board members are met. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process EDMO1 Strategic decision-making model for IT is effective and aligned with the enterprise's internal and external environment and stakeholder requirements.

As a result of full achievement of this attribute: a Analysis and control techniques are determined and applied where applicable. As a result of full achievement of this attribute: a Pprocess improvement objectives for the process are defined that support the relevant business goals. As a result of full achievement of this attribute: a Impact of all proposed changes is assessed against the objectives of the defined process and standard process.

The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process EDMO1 The enterprise is securing optimal value from its portfolio of approved IT-enabled initiatives, services and assets. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process EDMO1 Risk thresholds are defined and communicated and key IT-related risk is known.

EDMO3 IT-related enterprise risk does not exceed risk appetite and the impact of IT risk to enterprise value is identified and managed. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process EDMO1 The resource needs of the enterprise are met with optimal capabilities. EDMO2 Resources are allocated to best meet enterprise priorities within budget constraints.

EDMO3 Optimal use of resources is achieved throughout their full economic life cycles. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process EDMO1 Stakeholder reporting is in line with stakeholder requirements.

EDMO2 Reporting is complete, timely and accurate. EDMO3 Communication is effective and stakeholders are satisfied. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 An effective set of policies is defined and maintained.

APO1-O2 Everyone is aware of the policies and how they should be implemented. Clearly communicate the objectives and associated accountabilities so t identified, structured and integrated with the business plans. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 All aspects of the IT strategy are aligned with the enterprise strategy.

APOO3 Clear and concrete short-term goals can be derived from, and traced back to, specific long-term initiatives, and can then be translated into operational plans. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 The architecture and standards are effective in supporting the enterprise.

APOO2 A portfolio of enterprise architecture services supports agile enterprise change. APOO4 A common enterprise architecture framework and methodology as well as an integrated architecture repository are used to enable re-use efficiencies across the enterprise.

The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 Enterprise value is created through the qualification and staging of the most appropriate advances and innovations in technology, IT methods and solutions. APOO3 Innovation is promoted and enabled and forms part of the enterprise culture. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 An appropriate investment mix is defined and aligned with enterprise strategy.

APOO2 Sources of investment funding are identified and available. APOO3 Programme business cases are evaluated and prioritised before funds are allocated. APOO4 A comprehensive and accurate view of the investment portfolio performance exists. APOO6 Benefits have been realised due to benefit monitoring. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 A transparent and complete budget for IT accurately reflects planned expenditures.

APOO3 Costs for services are allocated in an equitable way. APOO4 Budgets can be accurately compared to actual costs. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 The IT organisational structure and relationships are flexible and responsive. APOO2 Human resoures are effectively and efficiently managed. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 Business strategies, plans and requirements are well understood, documented and approved.

APOO3 Business stakeholders are aware of technology- enabled opportunities. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 The enterprise can effectively utilise IT services as defined in a catalogue.

The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 Suppliers perform as agreed. APOO2 Supplier risk is assessed and properly addressed.

APOO3 Supplier relationships are working effectively. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 Stakeholders are satisfied with the quality of solutions and services. APOO2 Project and service delivery results are predictable. APOO3 Quality requirements are implemented in all processes. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 IT-related risk is identified, analysed, managed and reported.

APOO2 A current and complete risk profile exists. APOO3 All significant risk management actions are managed and under control. APOO4 Risk management actions are implemented effectively. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process APOO1 A system is in place that considers and effectively addresses enterprise information security requirements.

APOO2 A security plan has been established, accepted and communicated throughout the enterprise. APOO3 Information security solutions are implemented and operated consistently throughout the enterprise.

The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process BAIO1 Relevant stakeholders are engaged in the programmes and projects. BAIO2 The scope and outcomes of programmes and projects are viable and aligned with objectives. BAIO3 Programme and project plans are likely to achieve the expected outcomes.

BAIO4 The programme and project activities are executed according to the plans. BAIO5 There are sufficient programme and project resources to perform activities according to the plans. BAIO6 The programme and project expected benefits are achieved and accepted.

The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process BAIO1 Business functional and technical requirements reflect enterprise needs and expectations. BAIO2 The proposed solution satisfies business functional, technical and compliance requirements. BAIO3 Risk associated with the requirements has been addressed in the proposed solution. BAIO4 Requirements and proposed solutions meet business case objectives value expected and likely costs.

The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process BAIO1 The solution design, including relevant components, meets enterprise needs, aligns with standards and addresses all identified risk. BAIO2 The solution conforms to the design, is in accordance with organisational standards, and has appropriate control, security and auditability. BAIO3 The solution is of acceptable quality and has been successfully tested. BAIO4 Approved changes to requirements are correctly incorporated into the solution.

BAIO5 Maintenance activities successfully address business and technological needs. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process BAIO1 The availability plan anticipates the business expectation of critical capacity requirements.

BAIO2 Capacity, performance and availability meet requirements. BAIO3 Availability, performance and capacity issues are identified and routinely resolved. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process BAIO1 Stakeholder desire for the change has been understood.

BAIO2 Implementation team is competent and able to drive the change. BAIO3 Desired change is understood and accepted by stakeholders. BAIO4 Role players are empowered to deliver the change.

BAIO5 Role players are enabled to operate, use and maintain the change. BAIO6 The change is embedded and sustained. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process BAIO1 Authorised changes are made in a timely manner and with minimal errors. BAIO2 Impact assessments reveal the effect of the change on all affected components. BAIO3 All emergency changes are reviewed and authorised after the change.

BAIO4 Key stakeholders are kept informed of all aspects of the change. The following process outcomes are being achieved: Overall rating for the process BAIO1 Acceptance testing meets stakeholder approval and takes into account all aspects of the implementation and conversion plans.

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