Cloud Services Audit

As organizations increasingly adopt cloud computing, the need for robust cloud services audit becomes paramount. Auditing ensures that cloud environments adhere to industry standards, security protocols, and regulatory requirements.

Cloud compliance ensures that cloud services meet legal, regulatory, and security requirements. Organizations seeking cloud services often require certifications (such as ISO) or attestation reports from third-party auditors. These certifications instill confidence in users and demonstrate adherence to best practices. Beyond compliance, cloud audits enhance an organization’s overall security posture.

Cloud services audits are essential for maintaining trust, security, and compliance in the ever-evolving cloud landscape. Our team serve as guides, ensuring that organizations navigate this complex terrain successfully. As cloud adoption continues to soar, robust auditing practices remain a cornerstone of responsible cloud management.

Deplyment and service models we support
  • Private cloud: Exclusive use by a single organization.
  • Community cloud: Shared by several organizations with common interests.
  • Public cloud: Available to the general public.
  • Hybrid cloud: Combination of public and private clouds.
  • Software-as-a-Service (SaaS): Applications delivered over the internet.
  • Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS): Development platforms and tools.
  • Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS): Virtualized computing resources.
Audit evaluations in Cloud Computing
  • Security: Assessing the effectiveness of security measures implemented by cloud service providers (CSPs). This includes encryption, access controls, and vulnerability management.
  • Availability and Resilience: Ensuring that cloud services remain available and resilient during disruptions.
  • Data Protection: Verifying data protection mechanisms, backup procedures, and disaster recovery plans.
  • Compliance: Confirming adherence to legal, regulatory, and contractual obligations.
  • Change Management: Evaluating how changes are managed within the cloud environment.
Radical Marketing specializations
  • Assessment and Planning: Consultants assess an organization’s cloud environment, identify risks, and plan the audit process.
  • Control Evaluation: They evaluate controls, conduct risk assessments, and validate compliance.
  • Gap Analysis: Consultants identify gaps between existing controls and industry standards.
  • Remediation Guidance: If deficiencies are found, consultants provide recommendations for improvement.
  • Continuous Monitoring: Consultants assist in ongoing monitoring to maintain compliance.