Calamu helps you comply with even the strictest data privacy regulations.
Calamu greatly simplifies the path to regulatory compliance through the use of a safe data harbor. A data harbor fragments and scatters digital assets across multiple geographic regions. This process makes compliance possible with even the most stringent regulatory requirements.
Calamu’s processing engine creates a safe data harbor that defies the conventional concept of jurisdiction. In effect, data ceases to exist in readable form anywhere, facilitating compliance with broad-sweeping data protection requirements.
Meet requirements of GDPR and privacy laws.
With Calamu, no storage location has a complete set of data. The storage provider cannot turn over readable personal data, which ensures that all GDPR and SCHREMS II privacy law requirements are met.
Prevent public cloud analytics.
In a data harbor, each storage location contains the equivalent of useless, binary sludge. Only the rightful owner is able to reassemble data, never the cloud provider or a third party. Realize the full scalability of public cloud storage, without risking unauthorized access.
Migrate storage freely without risk.
Calamu makes it possible to migrate to a new storage provider without violating data privacy regulations. Encrypted fragments can be transferred from on-premises to cloud, or from one cloud to another, without ever storing complete files at-rest in any single jurisdiction.
Auto-heal from data breaches.
Compliance and data protection go hand-in-hand, but that doesn’t mean all protection technologies are the same. Calamu is able to automatically self-heal from a data breach or ransomware attack, protecting your business from reputational damage and downtime.
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Read the whitepaper:
EU Recommends Supplemental Security Measures Offered by Calamu for Data in the Cloud
In this whitepaper you’ll learn about:
- SCHREMS II, and what it means for businesses storing European data
- How to comply with GDPR in light of the recently mandated “supplementary measures”
- How Calamu protects EU data on cloud platforms