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AWS successfully renews GSMA security certification for US East (Ohio) and Europe (Paris) Regions

Amazon Web Services is pleased to announce that our US East (Ohio) and Europe (Paris) Regions have been re-certified through October 2023 by the GSM Association (GSMA) under its Security Accreditation Scheme Subscription Management (SAS-SM) with scope Data Centre Operations and Management (DCOM).

The US East (Ohio) and Europe (Paris) Regions first obtained GSMA certification in September and October 2021, respectively. This renewal demonstrates our continuous commitment to adhere to the heightened expectations for cloud service providers. AWS customers who provide an embedded Universal Integrated Circuit Card (eUICC) for mobile devices can run their remote provisioning applications with confidence in the AWS Cloud in the GSMA-certified Regions.

For up-to-date information related to the certification, visit the AWS Compliance Program page and choose GSMA under Europe, Middle East & Africa.

AWS was evaluated by independent third-party auditors selected by GSMA. The Certificate of Compliance that shows that AWS achieved GSMA compliance status is available on the GSMA website and through AWS Artifact. AWS Artifact is a self-service portal for on-demand access to AWS compliance reports. Sign in to AWS Artifact in the AWS Management Console, or learn more at Getting Started with AWS Artifact.

To learn more about our compliance and security programs, see AWS Compliance Programs. As always, we value your feedback and questions; reach out to the AWS Compliance team through the Contact Us page. If you have feedback about this post, you can submit comments in the Comments section below.

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Janice Leung

Janice is a security audit program manager at AWS, based in New York. She leads security audits across Europe and has previously worked in security assurance and technology risk management in the financial industry for 10 years.