At first glance, security certifications seem to be a good idea. So the answer might be ALL of them! It certainly brings credibility to the discussion with the customer. The danger with certifications is that they are only a start. How often are those certifications updated? How aligned with today's security issues are they? Another consideration is aggressively seeking out cloud security best practices and aligning policy with those as well.
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