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eperi GmbH is a leading provider of Cloud Data Protection (CDP) solutions with several hundred customers addressing data security, compliance and data control use cases for custom applications and leading SaaS applications such as Office 365, Salesforce, ServiceNow, Custom Apps and others. eperi enables cloud usage while maintaining data compliance requirements, such as GDPR, PCI/DSS or HiPPA, and protects sensitive data from unauthorized access by encrypting all critical data proactively before it is transferred to the cloud.
eperi CDP solutions are software based solutions that can be used as on-premises gateway solutions under the full control of the enterprise, or are available through MSSP (Managed Service Security Partners) such as IBM, T-Systems and others. The eperi CDP solutions are unique in offering the broadest and deepest supports for cloud SaaS, applications, databases and files and are designed with a powerful template concept to support hundreds of different cloud SaaS applications.
Data encryption is undoubtedly the most popular technology for securing data in the cloud, but also one of the most misunderstood ones. Although most cloud service providers offer their own capabilities for encrypting data at rest or in transit, their implementations may vary dramatically in scope and quality. Without understanding of underlying principles, it is too difficult for most customers to see behind marketing buzzwords and to estimate what grade of security they are actually getting. Protecting your data from unauthorized access isn’t even your cloud provider’s legal responsibility – you are still fully responsible for all consequences of any data breach.