Redis Cloud expands security credentials with PCI DSS Level 1 accreditation

Redis Cloud expands security credentials with PCI DSS Level 1 accreditation

Redis, Inc.

Redis Cloud now boasts a full suite of security and privacy certifications, including PCI DSS Level 1 certification, which was added by Redis, Inc., the company that provides fully managed services.

Service providers to such corporate entities are also covered by PCI DSS, which applies to all companies that may store, handle, and/or transfer cardholder data. The standard was created to guarantee that cardholder data is adequately safeguarded through operational, physical, technical, and security measures. Redis completed this audit with a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) to obtain this certification.

Redis Cloud has earned certification for its Flexible and Annual plans, which are available across all AWS and Google Cloud regions. Redis Cloud has been shown to exceed the strictest security standards to achieve PCI DSS certification. As a Level 1 service provider, this means that clients can use the product to execute more than six million transactions annually.

Quincy Castro, Chief Information Security Officer of Redis, said, “We’re thrilled to achieve PCI DSS certification for Redis Cloud on AWS and Google Cloud.” “This is just another illustration of how our ongoing security investments enable us to provide our most demanding enterprise customers with cutting-edge capabilities like vector similarity search.”

The PCI Responsibility Matrix and the Attestation of Compliance, together with the company’s entire customer security and compliance documentation bundle, can be found on the Redis Customer Trust Center at

Redis Cloud is an affordable, real-time data platform that offers sub-millisecond speed and linear scalability for contemporary networked applications. It is provided as a fully managed Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS). Redis Cloud, which may be deployed in private, hybrid, or multi-cloud configurations on AWS and Google Cloud, uses a serverless architecture to streamline and manage database provisioning. As a result, developers and data operations teams have far less administrative work to do while still being able to create intelligent, scalable, high-performance applications.