Digital sovereignty at the enterprise scale

Learn how Cubbit, a Gaia-X partner, lets you store your data privately in geo-fenced networks, in compliance with ISO, GDPR, and state laws and regulations.

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Shield your company from the Cloud Act and take back your data sovereignty

Due to the Cloud Act, American intelligence can access data stored with US-based cloud providers — even if the data is stored on non-US soil. This is a problem when dealing with your and your client's sensitive data. Cubbit comes to the rescue: with European-based object storage, your data is encrypted, split into redundant chunks, and distributed across geofenced, peer-to-peer networks. And you can enjoy these benefits even if your business is US-based.

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99.999999999% of durability

Data sovereignty and legal compliance also mean keeping your data in good condition and always available. Cubbit's architecture, together with S3 Object Locking and Versioning, guarantees 99.999999999% of durability and unprecedented resilience against data breaches, ransomware, and natural disasters.

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GDPR, CCPA, AGID, and ISO compliant

Cubbit is GDPR, CCPA, AGID, ISO 9001:2015, and ISO/IEC 27001:2013 compliant. These compliances enable you to avoid fines and ensure resilient data management for you and your customers. Read more >



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