UltraSafe Private Key Encryption
Similarly, we encrypt your files on the source device with an encryption key that you hold, using UltraSafe’s 256-bit AES encryption. Files are then transferred to and from the cloud via a secure Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) tunnel. Once the files arrive in our cloud, they are encrypted again with a second layer of encryption in which Infrascale holds the key. The process of recovering the data requires a secure handshake where both keys need to be present in order to decrypt the data. Given recent security breaches, you should insist on this level of military-grade encryption.
It starts with workstations and servers protecting data locally across the Local Area Network (LAN) to the Cloud Failover Appliance or Data Protection Appliance. From there it is automatically transmitted to your cloud, our cloud, or any cloud. The local Infrascale device can act as a restore hub for everything from files to application and system fail over, it can also act as a staging environment for offsite transfer. Scheduling off-site data transfers can be critical for bandwidth management and carries no risk of having unsaved backups. In addition, should the local device be compromised data that was transferred to the Cloud can act as a replica site for the business. A local only backup option cannot ensure data integrity should a site wide disaster occur.
Your files are stored on customized clusters of servers that we have perfected over the years. Data is protected by advanced RAID configurations and real-time network monitoring.
All of our data center locations are SSAE 16 (SOC 1, 2, and/or 3) audited on a regular basis. Security features include:
- 24-hour manned security and video surveillance,
- Proximity security badge access,
- State-of-the-art smoke and fire suppression,
- Temperature controlled environment systems,
- Seismically-braced construction,
- Redundant backup power systems.
Over-the-WAN Deduplication (DDFS-AR)
Bare Metal Recovery
Synthetic Full Backups
Agentless VMware Backup