Data-residency-as-a-service vendor InCountry launched last year to help organizations comply with data localization laws around the world. The company has recently unveiled new offerings to store health, finance and payment data in the more than 60 countries where it is currently deployed. To help organizations store data in those industries, InCountry announced it has received its Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard and SOC 2 Type 2 Examination certifications and was found to be compliant with the HIPAA security requirements. In this piece for Privacy Tech, IAPP Associate Editor Ryan Chiavetta, CIPP/US, spoke with InCountry Chief Compliance Officer Renné Devasia about the vendor's new services and certifications it will target in the future.
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