Digital transformation is fast becoming a key focus in modern-day tech. With the increased use of big data and cloud computing, companies are swiftly transitioning to cloud-based security servicesWith this massive shift, businesses now are concerned with securing sensitive data that’s stored in the cloudRespective clients frequently ask for validation and assurance regarding necessary security and privacy measures. CSA Star attestation brings us one step closer to enhanced cloud security and helps us meet the today’s need for privacy, securitycompliance and so on  As a result, broadening cloud security options is the way to goTo reflect the modern-day cloud technology landscape, Hentsū has enhanced its method of providcloud users with comprehensive security and an improved cloud environment. Hentsū ionce again part of the Cloud Security Alliance Registry and is thus reasserted as a prominent cloud security service provider two years in a row. The acknowledgment represents another vital steppingstone towards modernizing cloud technology and aligning cloud assurance with ground-breaking technology  With certified security and reliability of cloud services, clients are now able to get a detailed account of various security facets, including audit assurance and compliance, application and interface security, business continuity management and operational resilience, change control and configuration management, data center security, infrastructure and virtualization security, threat and vulnerability management, and so on.   Continuously performed DR (Disaster Recovery) and in-depth BCP (Business Continuity Planning) are part of the packageHent strives to get into business impact analysis, risk assessment and general business continuity strategyDR comes into play to evaluatall backups and making sure that redundant equipment vital to recovery is up-to-date and working.   

About CSA 

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) is the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment. CSA harnesses the subject matter expertise of industry practitioners, associations, governments, and its corporate and individual members to offer cloud security-specific research, education, certification, events and products. CSA’s activities, knowledge and extensive network benefit the entire community impacted by cloud — from providers and customers, to governments, entrepreneurs and the assurance industry — and provide a forum through which diverse parties can work together to create and maintain a trusted cloud ecosystem. 


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We are pleased to announce that our recent submission to the CSA Star registry, for our Security self-assessment document, was successful. The Security Trust Assurance and Risk (STAR) Program encompasses key principles of transparency, rigorous auditing, and harmonization of standards. Companies who use STAR indicate best practices and validate the security posture of their cloud offerings.

The STAR registry documents security and privacy controls provided by popular cloud computing offerings. This publicly accessible registry allows cloud customers to assess their security providers in order to make the best procurement decisions.

As a member of this registry we:

  • Provide our customers with a high level of transparency and confidence that we use best cloud security practices
  • Help customers make the best procurement decision for them
  • Define gaps and improve our security posture
  • Continuously improve and reach higher, third-party audited, security level and certification

With the successful submission of our self-assessment document to the CSA registry, we have completed our first step on the road to the full STAR Level 3 Goal.

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About Hentsū

We have the breadth and depth of knowledge and experience to design, build and manage every aspect of your hedge fund technology. We offer next generation Corporate IT with cloud-based offerings such as O365 and OneDrive, Cloud Strategy Roadmap Design and Implementation, Data Science as a Service and Regulatory Technology solutions.

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Need to improve how you run your hedge fund technology? Concerned with your legacy private cloud provider? Not getting the service you need?

Hentsū can help!



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More questions around cyber security and the safety of the cloud arose this week when it was revealed that the personal information of almost 200 million citizens had been left exposed for anyone to access on the Internet. More than a terabyte worth of personal details such as home addresses, phone numbers, and even voter registration details, collected by the US-based conservative data firm Deep Root, were stored on the Amazon cloud server, and were publicly accessible via a URL.  According to the firm, the data was left exposed after an update to their security system. A simple mistake, easily preventable, and yet it’s evident that the necessary procedures in place to mitigate these breaches in security were lacking.


The news of the Deep Root leak made international headlines because of the scale of the leak and the magnitude of the political ramifications, however, they are certainly not the first and only firm to have a lackadaisical attitude towards storing and protecting its data.  Major leaks from big companies or organisations, from Yahoo, to Target, and even the NHS, have all been the centre of media scrutiny in the past, and it seems fresh news of data security breaches are hitting our newsstands almost weekly. According to a recent survey by Thread Stack, 73% of companies (out of the 200 surveyed) have at least one critical security misconfiguration that would leave their environment vulnerable and wide open to the Internet. If that weren't cause enough for concern, firms are also paying the price, quite literally, for their passive approach to security and data-encryption. Some disgruntled clients who have had their sensitive information stolen or exposed are demanding compensation, and are filing class action lawsuits, with the pay-outs sometimes ranging in the millions, leaving smaller firms with no choice but to close down. A hefty price to pay for a mistake so easily avoidable with the right procedures set up by those with the appropriate skills and experience.


Even though sensitive information was left exposed on the web for anyone to access, human error and lack of procedures should not put people off using cloud-based systems and services.  Additionally, on-premise hardware is not any less likely to be subject to security errors and oversights.The reality is, thousands of firms are currently using cloud-based systems, and realistically the numbers are only going to increase. Cloud platforms allow for several benefits, like flexibility in the cost of backup solutions, and the ability to process large amounts of data more cost effectively than traditional physical hardware. They also have the further benefit of exercising more granular control and auditing of the security.


Nonetheless, using the cloud is only profitable if the necessary procedures are set up correctly and with security in mind. A bit like an Ikea flat pack, servers like AWS give you the tools to build an infrastructure, however, assembling it so it lasts long-term, is efficient, and doesn’t crumble under duress, is up to you. If the object you’re building is something small, like a side table, doing it yourself doesn’t seem like that big of a deal. Yet, if we think on a much larger scale, say a wardrobe, suddenly security, longevity and efficiency are at the top of your priorities. The consequences of inexperience are simply not worth the risk, which should be taken seriously. When using a cloud-based platform like AWS, numerous processes should be put in place to limit the chances of a safety breach. Simply relying on AWS or Microsoft to provide the level of security needed to avoid breaches and mistakes from occurring is simply not enough.  Even Ian Massingham, Amazon Web Services' (AWS) chief evangelist for Europe, Middle East and Africa, has stated that AWS are "not the owners or custodians of the data - we just supply the resources" adding. "we don't control how the data is protected, customers do".  Essentially, AWS cannot be held accountable in the event of a leak if the client didn't build the necessary infrastructure and processes to maintain and protect the data stored within its system. It boils down to who is responsible for the security within the cloud (the client) and who is responsible for the security of the cloud (AWS).


Keeping this in mind, Hentsū helps build secure infrastructure for its clients by storing it behind multiple layers within the AWS platform or any other cloud platform. Each layer securely locked and accessible only through specific security requirements, such as location access, trusted devices passwords, and two-factor authentication. Doing this minimises the chances of simple and avoidable mistakes leaving data vulnerable and exposed on the web. Cloud-based platforms can only run efficiently if the correct infrastructure is built within them. For those firms who do not possess the knowledge and experience to correctly set up secure procedures within a cloud platform, Hentsū can ensure the correct systems are in place to minimise the circumstances in which a breach in security could occur.


Questions around the protection of data and secure servers will always be relevant. By taking the necessary steps and ensuring secure procedures are in place as a safety net, there should be no reason to fear cloud-based platforms. Most importantly, you need to be confident that your systems were built to run by experts with the experience and knowledge in constructing secure servers and databases. Minimising human error by setting up and establishing proper security procedures goes a long way in ensuring systems run both efficiently and securely.

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