Lyve Cloud Documentation

Data Security Overview

Seagate® is the industry leader in data-at-rest protection—data security is in our DNA. From consumers walking into a retailer to pick up a backup drive to hyper scale clients purchasing Exos® enterprise-class drives, all our customers trust us with their data. Our proven technology helps to ensure that customers have the highest level of encryption possible, encryption that complies with the strictest government standards. From terabyte-scale drives to the exabyte-scale cloud, Seagate stands for security, delivering on the promise that all customer data will remain customer data. Building on our history and Seagate Secure™ leadership, data security is a core design tenet of the Lyve cloud exabyte-scale storage as a service. This focus on data security starts with the hardware and extends outward to all aspects of the Lyve Cloud service—including infrastructure, software, features, and process—to align with mature industry standards and benchmarks, as well as third-party certification. Seagate is your secure data custodian—a trusted partner to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your data.

The Importance of Security and Data Privacy

The security and privacy of enterprise data is a top priority for our customers. That’s because most businesses are subject to industry-specific compliance regulations, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) for healthcare organizations. Similarly, regulations like those of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) must also be observed. But compliance isn’t the only reason that customers are worried about their data. With cyber-attacks becoming increasingly more common, enterprises are looking for protection from malicious ransomware attacks. They’re also looking for solutions that will protect their data from accidental deletion and manipulation. As the value of data continues to rise, organizations want assurance that their data remains uncorrupted.