Celpax data location

Oct 17, 2016
Hans Leeuw wrote
Hi,<br /> <br /> Can anybody tell me where the data coming from the Celpax devices is stored? <br /> By this I mean in which country.<br /> <br /> Kind Regard,<br /> <br /> Hans Leeuw
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Oct 17, 2016
Rebecca agent wrote
Hi Hans!<br /> <br /> We follow EU data protection regulations and the encrypted data is physically stored in Germany (as they have one of the leading data protection laws worldwide).<br /> <br /> Hope you're having a green-button day :)<br /> <br /> Rebecca
Oct 17, 2016
Rafael del Valle agent wrote
Hi Hans!<br /> <br /> This is Rafael from Celpax.<br /> <br /> I am curious about your requirements for data storage.<br /> <br /> To Rebecca's reply I can add that our new private cloud runs on bare-metal servers. We have automated our operations (DevOps) and all hard drives are encrypted by default.<br /> <br /> We are moving out of the public cloud so that we are not forced to share our customer data with any other provider.<br /> <br /> Please let me know if you have any extra requirements.<br /> <br /> Regards,<br /> Rafael
Oct 17, 2016
Hans Leeuw wrote
Hi Rebecca en Rafael,<br /> <br /> Good to hear that you thought about our privacy and where to store the customer data.<br /> <br /> The main requirement for us is that the data is stored in Europe (we are a Dutch company). Secondly we want to make sure that our data is safe and cannot fall onto the wrong hands.<br /> <br /> Kind regards,<br /> <br /> Hans
Oct 24, 2016
Rafael del Valle agent wrote
Hi Hans,<br /> <br /> Yes, I know what you mean, nowadays is easy to feel that our data is not safe.<br /> <br /> When we became aware of all the issues with data privacy we decided to start migrating from public to private clouds. A process that we have almost finished.<br /> <br /> We run our private cloud on dedicated servers just for us.<br /> <br /> We have automated operations (DevOps), so that HardDisks and Network traffic (even inside the same datacenter) are automatically encrypted.<br /> <br /> The main problem we see in the industry is that data is been stolen through the &quot;chain of trust&quot;. <br /> <br /> Services like ours trust their providers, but don't know that their providers are subject to &quot;data rendition&quot; regulations. <br /> <br /> Even though we are a small company we decided to automate our server farm and add this kind of features early in the process.<br /> <br /> It is an ongoing process, and we still have some work to do.<br /> <br /> But we share your concerns 100%.<br /> <br /> Regards,<br /> Rafael