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Snowflake is HIPAA, PCI DSS, SOC 1 and SOC 2 Type 2 compliant, and FedRAMP Ready

PCI DSS Compliant
HIPAA Verified
SOC 2 Type 2 Compliant
FedRAMP Ready

Snowflake Edition

Snowflake Standard:
Robust SQL functionality. Data is always encrypted when it is sent over the public Internet or when it is stored on disk.

Snowflake Premier:
Standard plus support for SLAs, and 24 x 365 service/support.

Snowflake Enterprise:
Premier plus 90-day time travel, multi-cluster warehouse, and materialized views.

Snowflake Business Critical:
Data is encrypted when it is transmitted over the network within the Snowflake VPC. Additionally, the metadata for all customer queries including the SQL text is fully encrypted at the application level before it is persisted to the metadata store.

Business Critical is Snowflake’s solution for customers with specific compliance requirements. It includes HIPAA support, is PCI compliant and features an enhanced security policy. Customers must enter into a Business Associate Agreement (“BAA”) with Snowflake before uploading any HIPAA data to the service. To obtain a Business Associate Agreement (“BAA”) please reach out to sales.


Deployment Region

Location where your Snowflake Data Warehouse will be implemented.


Cloud Provider

You can choose to deploy Snowflake on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud Platform. Consider where your applications or data reside and which option is most strategic for your organization.