PacInfo Datavault Backup Security
There are several layers of security built into the PacInfo service to give you added peace of mind in backing up your data. Your data is encrypted before it leaves your office and remains encrypted until it is safely back on your machine. Both the client side (customer) and the server side (PacInfo) have controls in place that prevent unauthorized access to your data.
The PacInfo service complies with many industry regulations to protect data in an encrypted format and at an off-site, secure location. This protects the privacy and integrity of data during the entire backup process. Only authorized individuals are able to access the backups. In addition, a complete record is made of all software and system activity.
Data is transmitted and stored using the most secure methods available, such as strong authentication, data advanced encryption standard (AES 128, 192 or 256) and password protection. It is designed to keep backed up data confidential, while still allowing legitimate users to perform data recovery. All encryption/decryption is done at the client side only.
The software and system authentication protocol is designed to ensure that there is no unauthorized access to the system. To do this, the system uses a secure, four-part, client authentication mechanism including, unique client account number, encryption keys, identifying code and configured IP address.