For cost reasons, the cloud is a top priority for CIOs. And yet, unresolved issues relating to data security and protection often prevent companies from benefiting from the cost savings inherent in moving to the public cloud. Companies therefore need a solution that encrypts data before it is stored in the cloud to ensure that it meets data protection and compliance requirements.
Regulatory aspects make the public cloud a challenge. Depending on the provider, data may be stored in other countries, and the security of the cloud infrastructure is in the hands of the provider. Encrypting sensitive data is the ideal solution if you want to maintain control of your data. And to do so before you send it to SaaS or cloud applications. Cloud Data Privacy serves as an encryption gateway and allows you to guarantee data protection and security, even outside the company.
Simplified cloud use in accordance with data protection
Compliance with GDPR, FADP and Schrems II regulations
The customer maintains control of security keys and encrypted data
You need to optimise the company’s IT systems while reducing costs in order to meet the requirements of the business. You are also responsible for ensuring that regulatory and compliance requirements are met. To do so, data can be encrypted before being stored in the cloud.
SaaS services in the public cloud meet many company requirements for a flexible, scalable and cost-effective IT system. Cloud Data Privacy allows you to take advantage of these benefits, while ensuring that sensitive data, such as personal information, is protected. This enables you to comply with regulatory and legal requirements, such as FADP and GDPR, while also taking advantage of the benefits offered by SaaS services.
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Factsheet Cloud Data Privacy
Cloud Data Privacy is a gateway between endpoints and SaaS applications which encrypts or tokenizes personal information before it is stored in the cloud. Functions such as searching for or sorting data on SaaS platforms are retained.
With Cloud Data Privacy’s encryption and tokenization, you can use SaaS services in line with compliance and data protection regulations.
Encrypt and tokenize Outlook information such as e-mails and calendars, as well as OneDrive, SharePoint and Teams files and store it in the cloud. Search and filter options are retained.
Encrypt sensitive personal data (highly confidential data) before saving it in Salesforce. This does not impact the use of the SaaS platform.
Generate test data based on real information with the identical structure but without the confidential and personal information.
Use search and filter functions in SaaS platforms and create data analyses that comply with data protection and regulatory requirements.
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