Corporate Responsibility

We believe that Druva has a long-term responsibility to maximize benefits to our society and all of our stakeholders, including our investors, customers, partners, employees, and communities, while minimizing environmental impact. Our approach is anchored in our mission to help customers unlock the benefits of the cloud to simplify data protection and streamline data governance.


We work to make our business more environmentally sustainable, while helping customers reduce their own environmental footprints through the adoption of cloud. Our cloud-native data protection platform, which eliminates complex infrastructure, is hosted on AWS cloud-based platforms, allowing us to leverage economies of scale that reduce carbon emissions and electricity usage. For more about Druva's energy sustainability efforts, read this brief.

  • No direct greenhouse gas emissions, leveraging the AWS cloud

  • Motion sensor-controlled lighting in the office

  • Free electric vehicle charging at the office

  • Hybrid workplace and reduced business travel

  • In-office recycling program (includes hardware)

  • In-office cups, plates and cutlery are recyclable or compostable



One of Druva’s defining values is diversity of thought. We believe that creating and maintaining an equitable, inclusive culture drives innovation and challenges the status quo, so that we can continue to deliver exceptional products and services to our customers around the world.

  • Foster a culture of inclusion at the workplace to build an employee base that reflects the diverse customers we serve globally

  • Donations and contributions to various charitable organizations globally (e.g. ambulance donations and scooters for women police officers in Pune, India and Marine Toys for Tots in United States)

  • Offsite volunteer activities, including Second Harvest and Ronald McDonald House


We are deeply committed to building strong corporate governance that supports long-term value creation and robust corporate citizenship. We believe the composition of our board — including the diversity of viewpoints, perspectives, and lived experiences of our directors — is critical to our success.

  • Employee ethics and compliance training (e.g., anti-bribery, anti-corruption, anti-sexual harassment, security awareness, and privacy)

  • 50% independent board

  • Diverse board representation

  • Non-CEO board chair

  • Formal committee structure

  • ESG oversight (board level, management level)

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