Data Protection in the Cloud
Data residency in the cloud is a challenge of global proportions and can be a compliance nightmare for businesses that have limited visibility into where data resides and how data is managed. Today’s organizations are increasingly looking to support borderless digital business scenarios. As cloud adoption continues to grow at unprecedented rates, there is a need to ensure that data is protected and complies with an organization’s local data residency and privacy laws. Regulated and compliance-driven industries such as banking, insurance and government often require transparency and control over where transactional data resides.
eSignatures Across Borders
By leveraging the global data center networks of our technology partners Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, OneSpan Sign offers instances of OneSpan Sign in more global cloud locations than any other e-signature vendor in the marketplace:
- United States
- United States - FedRAMP
- Other countries - on request
"It is really important to understand where data is stored, and to classify any data that is subject to regulatory or export control. Enterprises need to put into place a corporate plan that reviews data compliance, government access laws and security requirements prior to negotiations with service providers."
— Brian Lowans, Gartner Analyst
OneSpan Sign’s ability to meet data residency requirements extends to the third-party apps we integrate with. For example, our OneSpan Sign for Salesforce app provides organizations with the flexibility to connect to any global instance of OneSpan Sign. We’re the only eSignature solution in the market to provide this level of global flexibility. Visit our apps & connectors page to learn more about third-party apps for OneSpan Sign.