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Get to know our procedure for handling anomalous database activities and disaster; more about GDPR and data servers

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Written by Marie Claire Saliba
Updated over a week ago

We use SQL Database Threat Detection to detect anomalous database activities indicating potential security threats to the database. Threat Detection uses an advanced set of algorithms to continuously learn and profile application behavior, and notifies immediately upon detection of an unusual or suspicious activity. Threat Detection can help meet the data breach notification requirement of the GDPR.

The data on our servers are geographically redundant, meaning that it is stored at more than one geographical location. 

The data is in a continuous process of replication and storage. The incapacitation of one server location will not harm data because it has been securely replicated in multiple locations at the same time.

In the event of a disaster, we restore the latest stable version of the product. Previous builds are archived. Data from live builds are copied into testing environments nightly. 

Indigo relies on the Azure data servers in the Netherlands and Ireland.

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