Data security is paramount for your organization, and your backup solution is no exception. Druva was architected for enterprise data security, protecting your data in flight and at rest in the Druva Data Resiliency Cloud.
Smart devices and cloud are stretching traditional security boundaries making it mandatory for data to be securely stored and recovered no matter where it lives.
Customers trust Druva to protect their information with end-to-end enterprise data security. Our cloud architecture is built on Amazon Web Services (AWS) with an inherently strong data security infrastructure that delivers always-on enterprise data security. When combined with our advanced data loss prevention features and remote device encryption, your employees safely access data from anywhere.
Data at rest is encrypted with AES 256-bit encryption, with a session-based encryption key that is unique to, and completely controlled by, the customer. Druva does not have access to customer data - ever.
In addition to encryption of data in flight and at rest, Druva separates out the storage of data and metadata, providing separation of customer data from the Druva control plane. Coupled with block-level deduplication, which disguises the structure of data at rest, it’s impossible to access and reconstruct data without authenticated customer credentials.
Enterprise data security isn’t complete without user access controls. Role-based access controls (RBAC) enforce compliance and security requirements while enabling self-help restores. Integration with SSO solutions ensures holistic identity and access management across the organization.
The Druva architecture provides enterprise data security across the entire solution stack, from infrastructure to the application, going above and beyond the security built into the cloud infrastructure. AWS guards the infrastructure, while Druva provides additional security for the application and data.
Druva is certified for or compliant with important regulations and frameworks such as SOC 2 type II, HIPAA, FIPS 140-2 and FedRAMP ATO, among other audits and attestations.
(SaaS) Application Services
(PaaS) Distributed Database Services
(IaaS) Infrastructure: Compute + Storage
If I had to recommend Druva to a peer, I would tell them to look at the security that Druva has to offer, and how it’s such an easy product to use. If you compare it to any other competitor, you’ll see that Druva comes out on top.
David Cordell, Chief Technology Officer
Port of New Orleans