Keeper Security Expands Data Hosting Security

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Keeper Security Expands Data Hosting Security

By Greg Tavarez

Data residency, the localization of data storage and processing, is dictated by privacy laws within specific countries or by multinational regulations, Europe’s GDPR and California’s CCPA. Businesses that support data residency respect privacy while meeting regional data protect and privacy requirements.

To simplify the process of meeting those regulations and requirements, Keeper Security expanded its cloud data centers into Japan and Canada.

Keeper, able to integrate seamlessly into any data environment, delivers enterprise security and cyberthreat prevention by protecting access to applications, systems, secrets and IT resources with a zero-trust and zero-knowledge architecture. This is in addition to Keeper simplifying and strengthening auditing and compliance while achieving company-wide visibility, control, event logging and reporting.

With the expansion into Japan and Canada, Keeper’s global presence provides key benefits for all of its customers. Enterprise customers, for example, choose to securely host their data within their preferred geographic region, which enables them to meet internal and regulatory compliance requirements.

The additional data centers also allow Keeper to deliver content closer to customers. This means that consumers and businesses in those areas experience faster performance and reduced latency.

“We are continually adapting, updating and upgrading our products and services to best meet our customers’ needs,” said Craig Lurey, chief technology officer and co-founder of Keeper. “These new data centers empower our customers to host their vaults and data in the location of their choosing, with a fully-isolated, zero-trust and zero-knowledge cybersecurity solution.”

The cloud data centers are powered by Amazon Web Services and expand Keeper’s existing global network of data centers in Europe, Australia, the U.S. and GovCloud (U.S.) regions.




Edited by Erik Linask

MSPToday Editor

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