TokenEx Awarded the Trusted Cloud Provider Trustmark

TokenEx today announced that it has earned the Trusted Cloud Provider trustmark from 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. Built upon existing CSA programs, the Trusted Cloud Provider trustmark assists consumers in identifying cloud providers that demonstrate commitment to holistic security and are aligned with their individual security requirements.

TokenEx has been a Cloud Security Alliance member since 2020 and is honored to be included in this exclusive group for cloud security organizations. John Noltensmeyer, Chief Information Security Officer at TokenEx, said, “TokenEx clients entrust us with their most sensitive data, and we take their trust very seriously. Accordingly, we are committed to staying abreast of evolving cloud technologies and cybersecurity best practices. The CSA Trusted Cloud Provider trustmark enables us to demonstrate our security commitment to current and future clients and partners.”

By partnering with CSA, TokenEx has shown its commitment to holistic cloud security by maintaining annual certifications and exams and providing educational content for the cloud community. This content includes blog posts, resources, customer stories, and speaking events. Visit to explore this content, which can help businesses establish and maintain a strong cloud security posture in this digital-first age.

CSA Chief Strategy Officer Troy Leach stated, “Organizations that outsource the protection of cardholder and personal data to cloud providers like TokenEx rely on those providers to securely store, process, or transmit that data. TokenEx becomes an integral component of the organization’s payment flow and directly impacts the security of their cardholder data. Through this CSA program, the Trusted Cloud Provider trustmark gives organizations a level of confidence that their cloud provider adheres to a transparent set of compliance and security standards.”

To become a CSA Trusted Cloud Provider, organizations must:

  • Have a current entry in the CSA Security, Trust, Assurance & Risk (STAR) registry
  • Have at least one current member of staff who has achieved the CSA Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK)
  • Be a corporate member and volunteer at least 20 hours annually to CSA for activities, such as research working groups, chapter events, blog posts, and other work for the common good.
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