|By Business Wire||
|June 1, 2014 07:00 PM EDT||
CloudAlly, a leading provider of cloud-to-cloud backup and recovery services (for Office 365, Google Apps, Salesforce and more), announced today that is has achieved ISO 27001 certification, an internationally recognized accreditation for information security management. This certification recognizes CloudAlly’s ongoing commitment to secure cloud backup services by strict adherence to industry standard best practices.
To achieve ISO 27001 certification, companies must strictly adhere to a number of disciplines including compliance, risk management, business continuity and security. This includes the design and implementation of extensive security controls and ongoing management of the process to maintain continued compliance.
“As a leader in cloud-to-cloud backup and recovery services, we’re very proud of our ISO 27001 certification as it demonstrates our commitment to providing a secure platform for business critical data archival and recovery,” said CloudAlly’s Marketing Director Murray Moceri, “Our customer’s rely on us to protect their data and this independent validation of our security framework ensures that our internal processes meet all regulatory compliance requirements.”
Underscoring CloudAlly’s commitment to providing best in class data archival and recovery services, the company is now actively pursuing HIPAA and ISAE 3402 certifications.
CloudAlly is built on Amazon's reliable AWS Platform and all data is encrypted and stored in Amazon S3 storage. CloudAlly is certified Microsoft Platform Ready, and has been tested and verified secure by Amazon Web Services, Salesforce.com, and Google Apps.
Customers can sign-up for CloudAlly’s automated cloud-to-cloud backup services from the Office 365 Marketplace, Salesforce AppExchange, Google Apps Marketplace, or directly from the company's website. Pricing discounts are available to qualified Academic and Non-Profit Organizations.
For more information visit CloudAlly
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