Redis Continues to Achieve Security Standard Certifications

Redis, Inc. announced the company achieved certification for compliance with ISO 27017:2015 for cloud services and ISO 27018:2019 for privacy protections, adding to Redis Enterprise Cloud‘s existing ISO 27001:2013 certification further boosting security.

Performed by independent, third-party auditors on behalf of Redis, these certifications further demonstrate the company’s commitment to protecting customers’ data while enabling them to deploy and operate Redis Enterprise Cloud securely, according to the company. Specifically:

  • ISO 27017:2015 is a security standard developed specifically for cloud service providers and users to operate safer cloud-based environments. Redis’ certification demonstrates a continuous commitment to implementing disciplined Information Security Management System (ISMS) practices in the operation of Redis Enterprise Cloud.
  • ISO 27018: 2019 establishes commonly accepted control objectives, controls, and guidelines for implementing measures to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Redis’ certification demonstrates a continued commitment to securing customers’ most sensitive data and the company’s ongoing investments to help customers achieve their rigorous data security objectives.

“Cloud security frameworks are essential to helping companies ensure their cloud environments are secure and assure their customers that their data is protected using industry best practices,” said Quincy Castro, chief information security officer at Redis. “Achieving the ISO 27017 and 27018 certifications demonstrate our commitment to adhere to the security industry’s current best practices and enable our customers to securely configure, deploy, and use Redis Enterprise Cloud.”

These certifications and the company’s complete customer security and compliance documentation package are available in the Redis Customer Trust Center at

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