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Data protection in the AWS cloud

Enabling customers to fulfil privacy and confidentiality regulations globally and regionally with data protection as a managed service

Data privacy and security demands in the cloud

Cloud computing services can trigger several data protection risks, mainly a lack of control over personal data, as well as insufficient information about the processing of data. The ability of data to move rapidly within the cloud and the lack of transparency about its residency present new challenges. EU-GDPR and Schrems II are all about keeping data in control. Customers need technical and organizational concepts to meet the EU regulations.

How to meet regulatory requirements?

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Data protection concepts must provide companies with the greatest possible control and transparency over their sensitive data and services in the cloud. Best practices rely on data residency controls i.e. data must be processed and stored within the EU; moving data outside the EU is strictly prohibited. Only EU staff are allowed to handle support. Moreover, security guardrails and encryption methods must make it impossible for unauthorized persons to access data.

Legal requirements are often met with these basic measures.

IDC Report

T-Systems, AWS Launch Data Protection as a Managed Service to Help Cloud Adopters Adhere to EU Data Regulations While Accelerating Cloud Journeys.

Fostering data security in the cloud

As a Premier Partner, T-Systems can enable you to have the right balance of transparency and control over your data in the cloud, in compliance with GDPR rules. Learn more about this offering in our video.

Data protection as a managed service

Implementing legal requirements involves substantial technical and organizational measures that can result in project delays. With Data Protection as a Managed Service for AWS, these delays can be mitigated or eradicated. 

T-Systems AWS landing zones are proven by a Deutsche Telekom prescribed, additional, stringent Privacy and Security Assessment. Data residency controls are defined and deployed, identity management and encryption are implemented via the AWS landing zone. Highly qualified operational and expert technical support staff based solely in Europe are ready to provide support.    

White Paper: AWS Security

Are you unsure if the cloud can be used in compliance with your specific environment and services? In our white paper, we explain how you can use AWS to meet specific security and compliance requirements.    

Four pillars of data protection as a managed service

AWS Partner Network – Premier Consulting Partner

As AWS' premier partner with German headquarters and EU operations, T-Systems is subject to and compliant with regional regulations. It has meticulously defined four pillars for data protection:

  1. Trusted cloud landing zones built on a well-architected framework using preventive and detective guardrails
  2. Data residency (attested) in the EEA (European Economic Area)
  3. Data confidentiality
  4. Solely European customer support from an MSP delivering partner-led enterprise support

Let us help you to embark on a secure cloud journey and maintain your data protection in a constantly evolving regulatory landscape.

More useful information

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Let's work on data compliance

Address data compliance issues by working together with T-Systems. Our managed data protection service on AWS can solve key data challenges. Our experts can guide you further.

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