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Another important policy, employed to avoid the kind of internal attacks that have become a problem in many large organizations, is to provide data-center access and information to employees only if and when they have a legitimate business need for such privileges. They also routinely log and audit all physical and electronic access to data centers by employees. Although all these measures could easily be employed by any organization, the point is that they aren t typical and yet they matter as SAS 70 certification asserts.
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Most public cloud providers have achieved the Statement on Auditing Standards No. 70: Service Organizations, Type II (SAS 70 Type II) certification. This and similar certifications provide outside affirmation defined by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) that the provider has established adequate internal controls and that those controls are operating efficiently. The SAS 70 audit isn t a spot check: it requires six months of evidence collection in a steady state before the actual audit process may begin. The audits can take up to six months and are typically done once per year. They re expensive and intrusive and can be a big problem for any but the largest data center operators. Many recent regulations require SAS 70 audits on the managed services and facilities where applications affected by those regulations run. For example, the Gramm-LeachBliley Act (GLBA), SOX, and HIPAA all now require SAS 70 audits. SOX in particular has heightened the focus placed on understanding the controls over financial reporting and identified a Type II SAS 70 report as the only acceptable method for a third party to assure a service organization s controls. Physical security is strictly the domain of the cloud provider, which can vouch for its compliance through the continuous maintenance of a certification like SAS 70. Access control is the joint responsibility of the provider and its users. Let s examine this area of information security next.
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After physical security, the next most important security measure is to control who can access the cloud, particularly your portion of the cloud. If this breaks down, not much else can protect you. If the bad guys can access your servers, spin up new servers, and start up applications, you ve pretty much lost. To understand how cloud access control works, let s walk through the process Amazon Web Services (AWS) uses to set up access control at the initial sign-up. Their process is almost identical to that of Microsoft Azure and the other cloud providers. As with most identification and authentication procedures, this depends on a multilevel process that layers one type of shared-secret question/answer interaction on top of another. Your credit card used for payment is the first shared secret information.
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E-commerce sites and others commonly use billing validation for authentication to make sure you re the legitimate holder of the credit card you re trying to use for a
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transaction. Because the billing address isn t printed on a credit card, entering the correct billing address is using a shared secret. This is the first step in making sure you re an authorized individual setting up cloud services.
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IDENTITY VERIFICATION VIA PHONE (OUT OF BAND)
Using a completely separate database for the next level of verification goes a long way toward making sure you are who you say you are. An out of band (meaning not using the same browser interface being used for sign-up) mechanism makes this a strong form of verification because it requires that you use something you possess (the physical phone). The shared secret is the phone number. By asking you to enter a PIN generated randomly through your browser, the cloud provider can verify that the individual sitting at the browser is the same one who is on the phone. Figure 4.3 shows the AWS screen before you enter the PIN. Credentials used to sign in must be provided next.
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