- ► What certifications does Phoenix adhere to?
- Phoenix adheres to the same certifications as inSync.
As an IaaS provider, Amazon regularly updates their compliance certifications for all the standard certifications (See http://aws.amazon.com/compliance/). As a SaaS provider, Druva holds a number of certifications for controlling and managing our applications. This includes an ISAE 3000 Type II audit performed yearly by KPMG, certifications around Safe Harbor, and a review of our security and privacy controls for handling HIPAA-compliant protected health information (PHI).
To know the certifications that inSync adheres to, contact Druva Support.
- ► What security standards do you employ?
- To ensure that your data stays protected, Phoenix uses the 256-bit AES at rest and 256-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) in transit. Additionally, Phoenix also employs data scrambling techniques to obscure access to your data.
- ► Does Phoenix support Safe Harbor?
- Yes, Phoenix does. While configuring a server, the server data can be scoped to administrative groups within a specific geography (known as “availability zone” within Amazon Web Services). This can provide complete assurance that data never leaves a specific geography.