As more and more data is processed by computers, the question of data security has become inherent to all users. For business users it is even more important to know that their valuable data are secure.
Maybe you have heard about recent Intel’s L1 Terminal Fault vulnerability. We at Lumeer take security of your data very seriously, and that’s why we have cooperated with Digital Ocean to provide you protection against this threat.
Of course, we do a lot more for data security – encryption, redundancy and backup. Encryption means that when data is moving between computers, it is encoded in such way that only authorized parties (meaning you) can access it. Redundancy protects you against hard drive failure – if one drive fails, data is easily recovered because there is at least one other drive at the server that contains a copy. Backups go even further, they are stored in different geographical locations and are done periodically to assure you that even if there was a more serious damage to hardware (or you just accidentally deleted something you didn’t want to), you still wouldn’t lose your data.
We provide you with an infographic of data encryption, redundancy and backup in Lumeer: