Data residency in Russia with InCountry on Yandex.Cloud
Stay compliant with local data regulations in the Russian Federation
Integrate your apps with InCountry on Yandex.Cloud and stay compliant
We are very attentive to trust issues, confirming our compliance with industry security standards and legal requirements for personal data processing annually. All this, along with our strict internal data protection requirements, makes InCountry and Yandex.Cloud the #1 choice for international customers.
Data compliance with InCountry on Yandex.Cloud
- Compliant with 152-FZ, PCI DSS, and ISO industry standards
- Meets local requirements for data storage in Russia
- No changes on end-user's browsers
- Seamless integration with global SaaS applications
- Eliminate borders for business expansion
- Minimize investments into PCI compliance
- No changes to your infrastructure or business operation
- Reduce local compliance risk
- Secure customer data against any potential threats
Frequently asked questions
Under the 152-FZ law, companies are allowed to trust the storage and processing of personal data belonging to Russian citizens to a third party if the data center of a cloud provider is located in the Russian Federation. Personal data can be transferred abroad – for example, for processing. However, first, a primary copy of the regulated data must be written on a server that is physically located on Russian territory.
- Full certification with the law.
- Our Yandex.Cloud strategic partnership makes the InCountry platform the easiest and most efficient way to integrate global applications and localize regulated data originating from the Russian Federation.
The InCountry platform will be the only tool you will need to distribute and localize data, hence all contracting is done with InCountry.
Thanks to our partnership with Yandex.Cloud, your company will be 152-FZ compliant as any regulated data you process will be stored in Yandex.Cloud data centers within Russia, so you are free to choose how data is handled otherwise. InCountry lets you decide if data is initially stored within the country of origin (in this case, Russia), and if it is allowed to ever leave the country.