NourNet Cloud is Gold Now, According to CSA!

NourNet Cloud is Gold Now, According to CSA!


NourNet is proud that it has achieved the Gold CSA Star certification from Cloud Security Alliance, allowing it to provision cloud computing services within Saudi Arabia according to Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) through Public Cloud and Private Cloud.

This certification indicates that NourNet has obtained a thorough third-party independent examination of its cloud security. Every component of NourNet’s platform has been designed with security and privacy in mind. Given the growing importance of cloud security in particular, this CSA STAR certification involves a thorough third-party review of how NourNet discovers, mitigates, and monitors security risks, verifying its platform’s holistic approach to security.

CSA STAR is the most powerful certification in the cloud security industry. Compliance, data governance, facility security, human resources, information security, legal, operations management, risk management, release management, resiliency, and security architecture are among the eleven control areas that determine certification level.

“In this cloud-centric world, it is vital that enterprises have confidence that their providers have taken all the required measures to be as safe as they can be,” stated Amjad A. Hafez, CEO of NourNet. “Security has been always a priority for us, we are thrilled to have received this level of CSA STAR certification and will continue to provide secure cloud infrastructure to help Saudi enterprises advance in their digital transformation journey”

NourNet’s CSA STAR certification can be downloaded from the CSA Registry here: CSA STAR Gold

NourNet is the leading Digital Transformation Enabler in KSA empowering over 1,500+ corporate clients with diverse range of digital services in the areas of cloud, connectivity, cyber security, and collaboration. NourNet takes on a carrier-neutral, vendor-agnostic, and client-centric approach. Managing 3 carrier-neutral data centers across the Kingdom to provide support to a host of clients. Its triple-tier 4,500 m2 data center is the first carrier-neutral facility in Saudi Arabia, located east of Riyadh, and hosts hundreds of public and private sector clients.