Security and Compliance
Considerations for a cloud-enabled world
Data privacy, compliance, and security are at the core of our business
Zscaler aims to address the unique security, data privacy, and compliance challenges of each customer. Every day, we protect millions of employees at thousands of enterprises and government organizations, including more than 450 of the Forbes Global 2000.
To make compliance, reporting, and data privacy easier, we built them into our architecture
We built it from scratch: an infinitely scalable, cost-effective, multitenant cloud security architecture that comprises three key compliance-critical components for control, enforcement, and logging.
Control Plane: Central Authority
The brain of our cloud manages monitoring, updates, policy and configuration settings, and threat intelligence
Enforcement Plane: Zscaler Enforcement Nodes
Nodes consistently enforce security, management, and compliance policies, no matter where users connect
Logging Plane: Nanolog Technology
Zscaler Nanolog securely transmits logs and may be used to generate reports, streamed to a SIEM, or written to disk according to regulations
The Zscaler cloud provides centralized, enterprise-wide visibility to help you manage and maintain your compliance with applicable regulations
Zscaler and PCI DSS
As you embrace digital transformation and the borders of your enterprise network blur, maintaining Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance becomes increasingly complex. We're committed to helping you secure customer payment data in accordance with PCI DSS.
Zscaler and HIPAA
Complying with HIPAA regulations and protecting sensitive patient data can be a challenge as patient care methods evolve. Zscaler helps healthcare organizations improve their security postures and enforce consistent security and access policies for all users, wherever their users are working with patients—in a healthcare facility, online, or through a mobile device.
Zscaler and SSL Inspection
Enterprise IT leaders must employ comprehensive SSL/TLS inspection to mitigate the risks hidden in encrypted traffic. This white paper examines the risk posed by encrypted threats; considers the business, privacy, and security implications of managing that risk; and presents constructive measures for balancing security needs with employee privacy rights. In the end, the best way for IT leadership to ensure individual employees' rights is to protect the organization from attacks.
Our FedRAMP Authorized cloud architecture securely connects teleworkers to agency applications
The Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (DHS CISA) TIC 3.0 guidance allows agencies to use direct-to-cloud connections through cloud service providers that meet CISA guidelines. Now, agencies can avoid the risk of a VPN exposing infrastructure, and the latency created by forcing traffic through TIC before going out to cloud destinations.
The Zscaler FedRAMP Authorized telework solution offers agencies a modern cloud architecture that deploys quickly, provides a fast user experience, and scales easily to handle a surge in telework.
How Zscaler supports your privacy compliance efforts
Zscaler is committed to our customers’ success, including compliance with global privacy regulations, and will assist our customers in satisfying their privacy compliance obligations.
Confidence through compliance certifications
Zscaler adheres to rigorous security and availability standards so that customers may adopt our services with confidence.
Learn about Zscaler compliance certifications.
While this site is designed to help organizations understand various global regulations in connection with Zscaler services and products, the information contained herein may not be construed as legal advice, and organizations should consult with their own legal counsel with respect to interpreting their unique obligations under applicable global regulations.