In order to comply with all the requirements of Russian laws for the processing and protection of personal data, it must be placed in a protected circuit.
Our cloud infrastructure is a segment of the cloud with specialized protection tools, a full package of documents, and a set of services to comply with the requirements of regulators under 152-FZ.
ISO, PCI DSS certification, certification in accordance with the requirements of the FSTEC and the FSB of the Russian Federation.
with financial guarantees
For any company, migration to our cloud is a fast and secure process which retains all the necessary data.
Our disaster recovery service will help protect your business from downtime in the event of various failures.
Our on-duty engineers take over the support of your services, allowing you to focus entirely on your business.
The transfer of infrastructure doesn’t require a fee or a minimum payment, and no additional installation or configuration costs are required.
The billing is based on the pay-as-you-go model: you only pay for the resources you use.
Continuity of services and redundancy of all systems.
Short time-to-market and instant scaling when needed.
The Federal Law “On Personal Data” dated July 27, 2006 No. 152-FZ (with amendments 242-FZ dated July 21, 2014) requires the localization of personal data (PD) of Russian citizens on the territory of Russia. This means that a company that works with Russian clients must ensure the recording, systematization, accumulation, storage, and refinement of the personal data of Russian citizens using databases located in the Russian Federation. The law doesn’t forbid the cross-border transfer of personal data of Russian citizens—the operator can transfer information to other countries, however, this data must be simultaneously stored on the territory of the Russian Federation. In addition, when processing PD on the territory of Russia, a company is obliged to comply with a number of requirements related to ensuring the protection of PD (including the use of certain information security tools).
Please note that the very concept of personal data doesn’t only include full names, dates of birth, passport data, and addresses, but any information that relates to a specific person or persons. For example, a phone number itself is not a personal identification number, as it’s not obvious to whom it belongs. But, if we’re talking about any kind of database with the full names of customers and their contact information, then this case falls under the definition of PD.
Even if a company doesn’t have a physical presence in Russia, it falls under Russian law if its activities are aimed at the Russian market, as described in the following situations:
Roskomnadzor monitors the implementation of the law “On Personal Data”. This office maintains a register of violators and may block websites of companies that violate Russian legislation on personal data. Also, for such violations, fines are established, with the amount depending on the type of violation. Currently, the total amount of fines for violations in the field of personal legislation reaches several million rubles.
In this situation, the best solution for foreign companies is to employ the services of cloud providers with data centers in Russia. G‑Core Labs is just such a provider.
We provide foreign companies with infrastructure that meets the requirements of Russian legislation. We have our own data centers throughout Russia.