RocketCyber Data Retention Policy
Last Updated: Feb 8, 2022
As the RocketCyber platform continues to evolve, it is increasingly important to outline the data retention policies designed for the service.
Effective immediately the following changes will go into effect regarding data retention for All App Results on the Managed SOC platform.
|Plan name||Online Data Retention Period||Nearline Data Retention Period||Archive Data Retention Period|
|Managed SOC||7 Days||30 Days||12 Months|
|Kaseya Managed SOC||7 Days||30 Days||12 Months|
|Other Managed SOC||7 Days||30 Days||12 Months|
Online Data Retention Period
The Online Data Retention Period is the amount of time that App Results will remain accessible in the console for querying, filtering and reporting.
Nearline Data Retention Period
The Nearline Data Retention Period is the amount of time that App Results will remain accessible for reporting through the console. When results are held in near line storage, they are not displayed in the app results view in the console. They will be accessible via the reporting facility.
Archive Data Retention Policy
The Archive Data Retention Period is the amount of time that App Results will be stored in near line storage. Archived App Results are not searchable but are available on request for compliance audits. Archived App Results will be available/included in historical reports when they become available.
Account Status Changes
In addition to the data retention models listed above the following data retention guidelines will also be implemented based on account status changes:
|Account State||Data Retention Period||Data Disposition|
|Expired Trial||30 Days||Account and all data will be deleted from the system|
|Suspended Account (Non-payment)||60 Days||Account and all data will be deleted from the system|
|Canceled Account||90 Days||Account and all data will be deleted from the system|
The table above outlines what happens to your data when an account transitions to one of the Account States listed. The data disposition will occur at the interval following the transition into the described state. For example. An Expired Trial will retain its data for 30 days after the trial period has ended. After which time the account and all associated data will be deleted from the system.
Archived Data Access
Data can be accessed through the portal from each of the respective apps.