Odaseva Launches Vault for Salesforce Users to Store Archived Regulated Data Long-Term

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According to a recent press release, “Odaseva, the unified cloud data protection, compliance and operations platform for enterprises running Salesforce as a business-critical application, today announced the availability of its Odaseva Vault application for Salesforce customers. Vault works with the Odaseva platform to help users automatically archive sensitive data that organizations are required to keep for long periods of time in regulated industries such as financial services, healthcare and insurance. Not only will the information be kept safe from any unauthorized users, but Odaseva ensures a data durability level of 99.999999999% over a given year. For example, if an enterprise stores up to 10,000 archives in the Vault, they can expect on average to incur only a miniscule loss of a single archive once every 10,000,000 years.”

The release continues, “As more privacy regulations demand that organizations provide robust safeguards of their sensitive data, the Odaseva Vault solution provides a way to up-level their data durability while receiving the highest protection standards that the Odaseva platform already provides.  In fact, Vault includes five layers of Advance Encryption Standard, AES256, that enables customer data to be visible only to authorized users. ‘Today’s international, national and local regulations require enterprises to retain copies of sensitive information for many years, sometimes up to 30 years or more,’ says Sovan Bin, CEO and founder of Odaseva. ‘As such, Vault will archive data for as long as needed, and at the required levels of integrity, durability and confidentiality. Odaseva built the Vault solution to offer the best in encryption, integrity checks, access rights and logs in one unified solution — optimized for any organization running Salesforce’.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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