Security and privacy aren’t a feature. They’re our identity.
We take the responsibility of helping you manage your customer data seriously. That’s why we’ve taken a security and privacy first approach to everything we do.
Certifications and compliance
Our security and privacy frameworks are based on and aligned with global standards that ensure the highest grade of security is met and exceeded. Please contact us for a copy of our certifications.
Our backup and replication program ensures data availability across primary and secondary systems. The Disaster Recovery program ensures that services remain available or are recoverable in case of disaster.
We implement coding best practices focused on the OWASP Top Ten. Development, testing, and production environments are separated. All code changes are peer reviewed and tested prior to deployment into production.
We maintain a comprehensive vulnerability management program which includes regular scanning, identification, and remediation of security vulnerabilities on infrastructure, endpoints, networks, and applications.
All web traffic through Persona is encrypted via HTTPS and TLS 1.2. Data in the database is encrypted using AES-256 encryption. Decryption keys are stored on separate hosts and rotated on a regular basis.
A comprehensive set of security policies and trainings are made available and shared with all personnel with access to Persona systems.
In addition to our extensive internal scanning and testing program, we employ third-party security experts to perform penetration tests.
Access to production systems utilizes least privilege based on role, is audited and monitored, and requires both 2FA via SSH and whitelisted IP via VPN.
All employees undergo background checks and are subject to ongoing background checks throughout their employment.
We’re certified under the EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Frameworks for data transfer and storage.
Your data is yours to own. We never sell user data and provide you secure methods to delete it in accordance with privacy regulations.
We continuously evaluate the impact of our activities on data privacy to ensure that we collect the minimum data needed and improve our practices.