Security and Encryption

The Infinidisc Cloud Archive uses a number of methods to insure that customer private data remains private.

SSL -Secure Socket Layer

When your data is in transit to your private vault, the data is sent via a secure socket layer (SSL). SSL is an accepted standard validated by the U.S. government and is FIPS-140-2 compliant for computer security standards. Furthermore, SSL supports a variety of cryptographic standards and Infinidisc uses AES-256 to encrypt data while in flight.


Advanced Encryption Standard is a specification for the encryption of electronic data. It has been adopted by the U.S. government and is now used worldwide. The standard was ratified by the National Institute of Standards and Test (NIST). Furthermore, AES is approved by the NSA (National Security Agency) for the transmission of top secret data.

Tape Encryption

Users at their option can select tape encryption to further protect their data. Again, AES-256 is used. The users receives an encryption key which is required to de-crypt the data recorded to tape. **WARNING** OS Storage does not store keys! Lost Keys = Lost Data

Tape Duplication

All customer data is replicated on separate media. 2nd copies are stored in a separated location for added protection.

At A Glance

Why Archive
How It Works
Security and Encryption
For Resellers