Esquema Nacional de Seguridad High


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Amazon Web Services (AWS) is Esquema Nacional de Seguridad (ENS) High certified. This certification establishes security standards that apply to all government agencies and public organizations in Spain, and service providers on which the public services are dependent on.

  • What is the ENS High certification?

    The ENS (Esquema Nacional de Seguridad) accreditation scheme has been developed by the Ministry of Finance and Public Administration and the CCN (National Cryptologic Centre). This comprises of basic principles and minimum requirements necessary for the adequate protection of information.

    To achieve ENS High certification, AWS was successfully audited by an accredited independent assessor.

  • Who created the ENS High standard?

    The ENS (Esquema Nacional de Seguridad) is a Spanish certification that was developed as part of Royal Decree 3/2010 on January 8th. Royal Decree 3/2010 was published in accordance to an earlier Spanish decree, Royal Decree 421/2004, which provided the National Cryptologic Centre the functionality to create and disseminate the standards, guides, and recommendations relating to information security.

    The current ENS standard was designed and released by the Spanish National Cryptologic Centre and establishes security measures that service providers must adhere to so Spanish government agencies and customers meet the requirements set forth by Royal Decree 3/2010.

  • Which AWS Regions are covered by the ENS High certification?

    All AWS Regions are covered by the ENS High certification.

  • Which AWS services are covered by the ENS High certification?

    The covered AWS services that are already in scope for ENS can be found on the AWS Services in Scope by Compliance Program page. If you would like to learn more about using these services and/or have interest in other services please contact us.

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