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1010data receives Safe Harbor Certification for cloud-based big data analytics platform

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1010data, Inc. received the U.S.-European Union (EU) Safe Harbor certification from the U.S. Department of Commerce. 1010data’s stringent privacy and security policies successfully met the requirements as outlined in the Safe Harbor agreement.

The U.S. Department of Commerce and the European Commission developed the Safe Harbor framework in order to allow safe transfer of data from EU countries to the United States. The EU Safe Harbor agreement bridges the gap between the different approaches to privacy adopted by the EU and the U.S.

This achievement in governance and security strengthens the value for customers using 1010data’s state-of-the-art data center — the hub for their cloud service. Offering customers 99.9999 percent data availability and fault-tolerant clustering, 1010data is committed to delivering the most secure and reliable access to their platform and analytical capabilities around the world.

“This Safe Harbor certification provides 1010data a tremendous opportunity for market expansion in Europe with the assurance of delivering the highest standards of data protection for our customers,” says Greg Munves, executive vice president of 1010data. “Our cloud-based big data analytics platform will equip those organizations in Europe with the necessary tools and productivity to access, analyze and gain more insight on their data than they’ve ever done before.”

To learn more, please www.1010data.com.

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