5 Reasons Why You Should Trust NetSuite Data Security

Data security and integrity are one of the most critical issues faced by businesses globally. The problem becomes bigger when a business deploys an ERP system for managing their businesses: With ERP, the hackers can open up a new portal to get into their data and exploit this vulnerability.

And in today’s hyper-competitive business environment, even a small leak of data can play havoc with the company’s plans and business model.

Fortunately, Oracle NetSuite offers one of the most powerful data security frameworks, that ensures all your data is protected and safe 24*7, 365 days a year.

Once NetSuite is deployed for any business, then they can be assured of complete protection from all hacking attempts, and there is no way your data can be accessed by unauthorized personnel.

But how does this happen?

NetSuite Data Security: Top 5 Features

Powerful Security Certifications

Oracle NetSuite has attained some of the most powerful and widely acclaimed security certifications, that is granted only after thorough security audits. NetSuite complies with both EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework and the Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework, the rules of which are set forth by the U.S. Department of Commerce for ensuring complete data protection. Besides, NetSuite provides SOC 1 Type II and SOC 2 Type II security audit reports to the customers, which are prepared and checked by third party security audit services. 

Besides, Oracle NetSuite is an ISO 27001:201 certified company, for ensuring that the information security management system (ISMS) is robust and invincible.

24*7 Security Monitoring

NetSuite’s data servers deploy several intrusion detection systems (IDS), that aim to stop any malicious entry into the servers by hackers and other elements. 

Enterprise-grade antivirus systems are deployed across all servers, ensuring that the data is always protected against trojans, worms, viruses, and other malware.

Strictly Controlled Data Access

Within NetSuite data centers and campuses, access to customers’ data is strictly restricted and monitored continuously for complete safety and security. 

NetSuite implements the principle of least authority (POLA), which means that only those employees are allowed access to data, which is deemed extremely necessary. 

Physical Surveillance & Monitoring

The physical premises of the data centers owned and operated by NetSuite are physically guarded 24*7, using some of the most advanced CCTV video surveillance cameras, alarms, biometric identification systems, T-DAR man-traps, and more.

Due to such iron-clad security of the physical premises, there is no way any data can be stolen or hacked physically or virtually.

Data Center Security Audits

As part of the SOC 1 Type II and PCI compliance, Oracle NetSuite ensures regular security audits of their data centers, across all premises. The risk management capabilities are modeled after the National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) special publication 800-30 and the ISO 27000 series of standards, which means 100% security compliance for every bit of data.

Have more questions on NetSuite data security? Contact Inspirria, and find out why your data is always safe with NetSuite

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

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