What does Siodb do for your data?
Out of the box features
Encrypted by design
Siodb encrypts your data end-to-end by design and therefore doesn’t rely on manual configuration.
End users decide the expiration date of their data and once expired, Siodb destroys them permanently.
You benefit from automatic security features to maintain your organization compliant with the GDPR rules.
You benefit from regular performance throughout your growth because Siodb partitions data automatically.
Your data are indexed without having to think about it. Enjoy the automatic performance, focus on your growth.
One command is enough for you to clone data from one server to another. This simplicity strengthen your agility.
Create online versions of your database to create consistent data image. Siodb simplify your DevOps experience.
Why using siodb?
Most of our data are online and under-protected. Since 2013, more than 14 billion data records have been lost or stolen. And only 4% of them were encrypted. Shocking, isn't it?
Today, organizations are struggling with complex technologies. Less than half of companies are ready for a cybersecurity attack. Did you know that 27% of data breaches are due to human error?
And, the new regulations like GDPR put more pressure on your business. Individuals made 95,180 GDPR complaints about data privacy issues. With a record fine of € 212 million. Would it be great if your technologies manage regulation compliance from itself? Of course! You save a lot of time.
This king of technology reduces manual configuration and facilitates automation.
It also decreases the average total cost of a data breach, i.e., € 2.50 million for organizations using security automation or up to € 4 million for organizations that don't use it.
So, why not use Siodb that protects your data by design and by default? Quick start now here or contact us, and we'll get back to you shortly.
of data lost or stolen are not encrypted
of small and medium businesses unprepared
of companies have credit card numbers and health records left unprotected
of data breaches are due to human error