Tic Tac Toe, Europe’s first, will build a new data center in Ireland. The announcement was made by Roland Klitschko, Global Chief Information Security Officer of the Chinese BiteDance social network. When the new center becomes available, European user data will be stored in Dublin. Clutier, a 420 million investment that has created hundreds of new jobs and played a key role in further strengthening the protection and protection of Tik Tok users’ data, explains this in a blog post, “State-of-the-art physical and network security thanks to the defense system”.
Protecting the privacy and data of our community “continues to be our priority” underscores the manager’s high-profile controversy between the US and China, with Microsoft TikTalk’s US, Canadian, the most recently downloaded self – made video platform globally. “Today’s announcement is the latest step in a sustained journey to improve our ability to protect our users and the entire Tick Tock community globally,” the IT security official continued. The new data center for Europe will be operational by early 2022.
The platform recognizes TickTock Ireland as the data controller in Europe, which, in conjunction with TickTalk UK, becomes the service provider for all users in the EEA area and Switzerland. “As part of this development, we have hired other specialists with proven experience in data protection and privacy,” says Kltier igs.
Ida Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan (Irish Agency for the Promotion of Domestic Investment) welcomed Tic Tac Toe’s decision to set up the first European data center in Ireland. “In addition to being an important investment in addition to setting up the EMEA Trust & Safety Hub in Dublin earlier this year, it puts the country in a significant position for the company’s global operations,” he concludes.