Druva Phoenix: Enterprise-Class Data Security & Privacy in the Cloud

| January 15, 2018

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With Druva, you can rest assured that your enterprise’s data is completely secure end to end. Druva comprehensively protects your corporate data by adhering to strict standards that keep your data private and safe from external threats. With data protection as its number one priority, Druva’s solutions are engineered to ensure data security at every step: transmission, storage, and access. This document is designed to provide a more detailed review of the security guidelines and measures that Druva has put in place to protect customer data. As will be shown, Druva’s data security takes a multifaceted approach that extends far beyond basic encryption.

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