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Cloud data protection in regulated industries

Sovereign clouds enable companies to tap into the potential of digitalization and meet the requirements of regulated industries

Sovereign cloud services : Safeguard data on the public cloud

To be successful, companies must ensure secure business processes. The challenges are immense: You need to use the cloud to be flexible. At the same time, critical information - such as in research and development - and personal data must be protected and the regulatory requirements of their industry must be met with robust cloud security measures. The solution is digital sovereignty, which gives them full control over their data and systems.

Cloud computing: Data sovereignty is required

Companies, especially those in highly regulated sectors such as public authorities, banks, insurance companies and the healthcare sector, are still hesitant when it comes to using public cloud services. One reason for this is they fear losing control of their data. To ensure secure business processes, data must be reliably available in cloud computing and protected against unauthorized access. Data sovereignty ensures that data in the cloud cannot be manipulated, deleted, copied or viewed by unauthorized persons. To enable this, designing a comprehensive cloud migration strategy is paramount, which takes into account data privacy and security while allowing you to enjoy the scalability and agility of a public cloud infrastructure.


Solutions for sovereign clouds

Do you want to combine cloud usage, data protection and compliance? Our experts will be happy to show you how you can use cloud services successfully while complying with your industry's regulations.

Meet legal requirements

In addition to industry-specific or internal requirements, companies and authorities must also take legal guidelines into account. For example, the protection of sensitive data is a top priority in Europe - and is enshrined in law accordingly. Companies and public authorities must therefore also take into account the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when using the cloud, which requires special care and a high level of protection when processing personal data.

Stay future-proof and flexible in the cloud with T-Systems

If companies move their processes, applications or workloads to the cloud, they must be able to trust that the performance and security of the cloud platform will continue to be appropriate in the future. This is where operational sovereignty comes into play. It ensures that future adjustments by the cloud provider do not violate the principle of sovereignty. In addition, due to software sovereignty, companies can avoid dependency on one provider, as applications and services can be easily migrated to any other IT infrastructure at any time.

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