Data Residency for Adaface
Some Adaface customers (as per their agreement with Adaface) are now able to choose which country or region their data is stored in while fulfilling corporate policies and compliance requirements
In the not too distant past, when on-premises software was the norm, data storage was simple. Your data lived with you. Today, cloud services make data residency more complicated. Global organisations are creating their own internal policies for where data can be stored, while governments and third-party regulators are enforcing data residency requirements.
Enterprises around the world collaborate in Adaface each day for their screening requirements, but because data is primarily stored in the United States, many teams abroad remain on the sidelines. To bridge this gap – and make Adaface available to more teams in highly regulated sectors, such as financial services, the public sector and healthcare – we’re delivering data residency for Adaface.
Data residency gives global teams more control over where their data is stored. Data regions currently available outside the US include:
- United States
- United Kingdom
With data residency, what type of data does Adaface store?
Candidate chat history, assessment data and performance information is stored at rest within a desired data region.
I’m an existing customer. Can I move my data to a new region?
Yes. Speak with your Adaface account manager on the additional charges or plan changes that are required for moving to new residency regions.
If I move my data to a new region, will anything else change?
No. Everything remains the same for the recruiters and candidates
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