t      and data protection

 

Your data is
in Europe

 

Your data is in Europe

Aruba S.p.A. is an Italian company based in Italy: your personal and administrative data is managed in Europe, in accordance with European laws. Aruba uses it exclusively to provide the services you have purchased. Your data is not sold to third parties, because our business is not to commercialize our customers' data.

Data Centers in Italy and
in Europe, guaranteed

 

Data Centers in Italy and in Europe, guaranteed

Our main services, such as email, hosting and PEC (certified email) are managed exclusively within our Italian data centers. These are infrastructures that we own, which are secure, reliable and certified to the highest standards (Rating 4) according to ANSI/TIA 942-A. Only Cloud services can be hosted in our European network of data centers, as well as in Italy. But you and you alone will be able to choose where your Cloud infrastructure is based.

You and you alone
control your data

 

You and you alone control your data

The data you store with Aruba is completely under your control. We guarantee that we will not access nor use the data that you put in our infrastructure. We will not access the data in your emails, hosting or Cloud. We won't sell your data to third parties and we won't commercialize your data. As well as this, in the Cloud, everything is certified too, as our services comply with the CISPE Code of Conduct.

The highest standards
when it comes to privacy and confidentiality

 

The highest standards when it comes to privacy and confidentiality

As we are an Italian company and our data centers are based in Europe, our infrastructure is not subject to US laws and regulations such as the Patriot Act or the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act), which actually allow unlimited access to data and information, with a significant impact on privacy.

ISO 27001
certification

 

ISO 27001 certification

Aruba has been certified for many years, and complies with the logical, physical and organizational standards imposed by ISO 27001 certification. We also have many other certificates, including ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ANSI/TIA 942-A. See our certificates.

Infrastructure
security

 

Infrastructure security

Aruba's data centers represent true excellence, thanks to the latest technology, certified security standards and total respect for the environment. This means that we can guarantee the logical and physical security and redundancy of all our systems. Visit the security section of the data centers.

Find out about all the valuable services to help you meet the requirements of the regulation

Keep your data secure in accordance with the law

 

Hosting

Services to help you create a complete website and make sure you comply with the regulation

Data centers in Europe Data centers in Europe, guaranteed!

  • SSL certificate

    The security protocol that lets you avoid unauthorized disclosure of, or access to transmitted personal data.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 2)

  • Daily backup

    To combat the risk of accidental loss of personal data.
    (More details: (GDPR - art. 5, paragraph 1 f)

  • Malware detection

    Ongoing monitoring of the vulnerabilities of the site and immediate resolution.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 d)

 

Email

Your exclusive, secure email accounts

Data centers in Europe Data centers in Europe, guaranteed!

  • SMTPS, POP3S, IMAPS

    All incoming and outgoing communication protocols are secure, so the transmission of emails and attachments is always encrypted.
    (More details: (GDPR - art. 5, paragraph 1 f)

  • Email backup

    To combat the risk of accidental loss of emails and attachments.
    (More details: (GDPR - art. 5, paragraph 1 f)

  • Redundant hardware

    Redundancy also includes individual services, providing an additional guarantee of the resilience of your systems.
    (More details: GDPR – art. 32, paragraph 1 b)

 

Cloud VPS

All the flexibility of the Cloud in 4 simple plan sizes

Service complies with CISPECISPE

  • Redundant network

    The network infrastructure is fully redundant to guarantee that the network will continue to work in the event of a problem.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 b)

  • Snapshot of the virtual server

    Option to create copies of the virtual machine at a given point in time.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 c)

  • 2-factor authentication

    Option to access the Control Panel using a 2-factor authentication system.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 2)

 

Cloud PRO

The virtual server is redundant, with guaranteed resources

Service complies with CISPECISPE

  • Redundant storage

    Redundant block storage on SSD devices for enhanced data security.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 b)

  • Monitoring included

    The monitoring tracker included means you can make sure your service status is under control.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 c)

  • You choose where your data is stored

    Option to choose the infrastructure where your service is activated from the network of Aruba Data Centers throughout Italy and Europe.
    (More details: GDPR - recital 101)

 

Private Cloud

Your virtual data center

Service complies with CISPECISPE

  • Replicated storage

    Redundant storage at different data centers in the same country (Italy and France) or different countries (Poland and the Czech Republic).
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 b)

  • Geographical DRaaS that's easy to configure

    Disaster Recovery as a Service lets you create data backups in Aruba's Private Cloud, using Zerto software.
    (More details: GDPR – art. 32)

  • VPN creation

    Encryption on the channel via which the Private Cloud platform is managed to avoid data theft during transmission.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 2)

 

Cloud Backup

Your data is always safe

Service complies with CISPECISPE

  • Encrypted transmission

    Transfer via an encrypted SSL channel to avoid data breaches via interception.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 2)

  • Data protection

    AES encryption with option to encrypt the content in storage with AES-256 to reduce the risk of data breaches.
    (More details: (GDPR - art. 5, paragraph 1 f)

  • You choose where your data is stored

    Option to choose the infrastructure where your service is activated from the network of Aruba Data Centers throughout Italy and Europe.
    (More details: GDPR - recital 101)

 

Cloud Object Storage

The ideal storage solution for your data

Service complies with CISPECISPE

  • Double backups of data

    2 backups (3 copies in total) created for every file saved: this reduces the risk of data loss due to hardware issues.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 b)

  • HTTP/HTTPS/FTP/FTPS protocol

    To reduce (or eliminate) the risk of data theft if transmission is intercepted.
    (More details: GDPR – art. 32, paragraph 2)

  • Access security

    Access is controlled in the back-end layer not connected to the public network, by verifying the authenticity and identity of the user.
    (More details: GDPR – art. 5, paragraph 1 f)

 

Disaster Recovery as a Service

Increase the resilience of your Private Cloud infrastructure

  • Resilience

    Redundant storage at different data centers in the Private Cloud infrastructure to guarantee the "resilience of processing systems and services".
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 b)

  • Restore

    The production workload switches to the disaster recovery site in a matter of seconds to "restore the availability and access to personal data in a timely manner".
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 c)

  • Live testing

    Possibility of carrying out disaster recovery tests for "regularly testing, assessing the effectiveness of technical and organisational measures".
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 d)

 

Business continuity

Put your trust in an ultra-redundant data center network

  • Geographical DR

    Redundant fiber optic connections between Aruba-owned data centers in Italy (IT1, IT2 and IT3) with multiple interconnections between the European data centers in the Private Cloud infrastructure (FR1, CZ1 and PL1).
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1 c)

  • Prevention

    Preventative recovery procedures depending on the service level required and the "risks that are presented by processing" personal data.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 2)

  • Planning

    Updating interventions that can be configured according to specific conditions "within the context and for the purposes of processing" besides the infrastructure requirements of the individual Customer.
    (More details: GDPR - art. 32, paragraph 1)