The Skyhigh CloudTrust™ program, developed in conjunction with the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), has certified RightSignature as Enterprise-Ready online software. The highest security rating available, the Enterprise-Ready designation was developed with stringent criteria and reflects RightSignature’s sterling reputation for highly secure and trusted electronic document signing.
Professionals and businesses in dozens of industries entrust RightSignature Online Document Signing with their most sensitive and confidential documents. RightSignature e-signature software is a more secure alternative to paper documents, offering security features such as multi-factor identity verification, biometric authentication, and court-admissible audit log. In addition, RightSignature has earned the CloudTrust™ Enterprise-Ready accolade for its bank-level data encryption, reliability, and redundancy.
Skyhigh’s rankings, in partnership with the Cloud Security Alliance, are recognized as the most extensive, credible, and current security evaluation for cloud software applications available. The rankings compare thousands of online software services against over 50 benchmarks across five categories. These categories include:
- Data attributes: Includes data encryption and multi-tenancy.
- User and device attributes: Includes the software’s anonymous use policy and identity federation method.
- Service attributes: Evaluating the software’s history of compromise, and more.
- Business attributes: Including the location of hosted data and quality of compliance certification.
- Legal attributes: Evaluates the software’s jurisdictional location and dispute resolution practices.
Skyhigh evaluates thousands of cloud services and presents the Skyhigh Enterprise-Ready™ seal to only those services that have the highest CloudTrust™ rating possible. These are the services that have earned Skyhigh’s CloudTrust™ rating of Skyhigh Enterprise-Ready™ based on their attributes across the data, user and device, security, business, and legal evaluation categories.”