ALLOWS THE CERTIFIED ONLINE DISPLAY OF PRESERVED ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS ALREADY ADAPTED TO THE NEW TECHNICAL RULES ON DIGITAL PRESERVATION.
GUARANTEES DATA INTEGRITY, SECURITY AND AVAILABILITY THROUGH AN ISO 27001 CERTIFIED INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.
ELIMINATES THE NEED TO MANAGE COPIES OF CDS AND OPTICAL MEDIA AND TO PERIODICALLY CHECK THEIR READABILITY.
Through digital preservation of electronic documents in accordance with the new Technical Rules.
Through access tracking and a secure authorisation management system.
Through the delegation to Archiva of responsibility for custody for the period required by law.
Through a proprietary datacenter with geographical disaster recovery both ISO:27001 certified.
Archiva adopts a Quality and Safety policy as a commitment of the Management in order to obtain the best results in terms of quality and preservation over time. This is why it is the first ISO 27001 certified operator not only for the service provided, but also for the production of software.
ISO 27001:2013 is an international standard that provides the requirements for an Information Security Management System, in particular for physical, logical and organisational security aspects. The objective is to protect data and information from threats of all kinds, in order to ensure their integrity, confidentiality and availability, and provide the requirements for adopting an appropriate information security management system for the proper management of sensitive company data.
Archiva’s Online Standardisation technology enables organisations to comply with stringent record retention regulations such as SEC Rule 17-4 (independent operators), HIPAA (healthcare industry), Sarbanes-Oxley (corporations), 21 CFR Part 11 (life sciences) and DOD 5015.2 (government).
The EAN service allows the Customer to define which documents, intended as a homogeneous family distinguished by typology, must be prepared for Standard Exhibition through one of the tools made available by Archiva, that is Requiro or Archiva Web Service.
This preparation consists in registering the replacement documents on special storage units equipped with certified WORM (Write Once Read Many) technology, suitable for online Standard Exhibition, for which the availability, security and integrity of the data are guaranteed for 10 years. The service makes use of a geographical Disaster Recovery system that provides that the data subject to Standardised Exhibition is preserved in triplicate in independent devices. The storage devices use double parity raid-6 technology.