What is GDPR?

 

The GDPR is an EU regulation governing the processing of personal data by companies and public authorities. The regulation has been in force since May 25, 2016 and must be implemented by May 25, 2018. If companies fail to comply, fines of up to 20 billion euros or 4% of the world‘s annual turnover are threatened. GDPR affects all companies that process personal data. This includes, for example, names, customer data, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses or other data with which people can be identified.

Data Privacy & Security

Using third party storage such as Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive means that  data is store off-premises on undetermined servers. That potentially exposes that data to a variety of unknown users and once data is on third-party servers, it can often stays there – deleting it from a user account does not delete it from the storage.

Something to think about

In 2012 Dropbox had a major data breach, containing encrypted passwords and details of over 68 million  users’ email addresses and passwords leaking on to the internet – around two-thirds of the firm’s customers. Article here

 

Solution – Store your data on a business grade secure UK based server with Triton Technical Solutions.

 

Where does Triton store your data?

Triton’s service provider is UKFast who has invested £22m in Manchester based  IL4 data centres to ensure the highest level of service available. With UKFast, your data will always be stored securely within the UK. And with 100% power availability and built-in redundancy for all critical components, you can be assured your mission critical applications will always be online.

UKFast is certified to ISO 27001 (Information Security Management) which verifies the robust security practices employed within their data centres and operations. The ISO 27001 standard provides peace of mind that UKFast maintains total integrity of your hosting solutions along with complete confidentiality and guaranteed network availability.

UKFast is also PCI DSS compliant (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) in our operational business processes. This means that all UKFast clients can be confident that payment card transactions processed by UKFast meet PCI requirements, protecting you from risk.

Can your current host or business data storage provider give this guarantee?

 

Why use Triton Technical Solutions?

 

EU-GDPR compliant

Because with Triton’s Private Cloud solution you know exactly where your data is stored and who has access to it.  It is important to know where your sensitive information is being stored and how it is being accessed. You can meet regulatory compliance with data storage on Triton Servers in our Manchester data center. With Public Cloud-based products the data may even be stored outside of the UK, which may put you at risk regarding regulatory requirements, data leakage, security vulnerabilities, compliance violations and lead to potential business damage.

Sync and Share Your Data, with Ease

The software we use is ownCloud, the most straightforward way to file sync and share data. You don’t need to worry about where or how to access your files. With ownCloud all your data is where ever you are; accessible on all devices, any time.

A Safe Home for All Your Data

ownCloud is hosted exclusively within your Triton hosting account so you can rest assured that your data is under your control. ownCloud is all about your privacy and works to protect your files. It ensures that access is controlled only by the one who should have control.

Encryption & Security

ownCloud is all about securing your data. Encrypt your data and make sure that no one, other than yourself, has access. With credential or master key based encryption, ownCloud adds an additional layer of security to your files.

End-to-end Encryption

The new end-to-end encryption, or E2EE, plugin completely encrypts your data and neither an administrator nor third parties who have access to the infrastructure can read the data. The new E2EE plugin is the safest and easiest way to send encrypted files between two or more people.

 

How much does a Triton Solution Cost?

 

We would host ownCloud on a dedicated domain or subdomain, for example https://storage.tritonts.com which would be secured by an SSL certificate.

If using a subdomain of your own web site, there is no ‘address fee’, and hosting is charged at our annual rate of £75 + VAT.

ownCloud installation and set up is a £150 + VAT one of set up fee and utilises the 5GB of storage within your hosting package.

Please note, For each additional 1GB of storage required, the cost is £1.00 + VAT per month.

 

Contact Us

 

If you are interested in finding out more….contact Triton: 01823 322 595 or Email admin@tritonts.com with GDPR in the subject field.