CloudOps is proud member of DSCI (Data Security Council of India) a premier industry body on data protection in India, setup by NASSCOM. We are in pursuit of erudition towards DSCI’s agenda “Promoting Data Protection”.

CloudOps has trailing to comply with below DSCI parameters on being a Cloud Service Provider with Data Protection in practice:

  • – Standardized security preparedness of Cloud service provider like ISO 27001
  • – Third Party Attestation or Seal for Privacy
  • – Demonstration of data security and privacy capabilities by Cloud provider
  • – Number of data breaches in the past
  • – Service and Operational Level Agreements including Security Operations
  • – Disaster Recovery capabilities
  • – Compliance Demonstration Capabilities

CloudOps as a Cloud service provider make sure to:

  • – deploy appropriate safeguards to prevent unauthorized disclosure, alteration, or destruction of data
  • – deploy compartmentalization techniques to isolate its customers from one another
  • – effectively manage encryption even on multi-tenant environment
  • – use strong storage encryption that renders data unreadable when storage is recycled, disposed of, or accessed by any means outside the authorized applications, processes, and entities
  • – understand the privacy restrictions inherent in data entrusted by the user organization
  • – have incident detection and analysis tools that assist in incident management and help in legal discovery and government intervention