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Druva Documentation

Security and certification FAQs

► 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 server 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.

 

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