Learn how Radian secures your models, simulations and results.
We use TLS (successor of SSL) to protect communications between our users and the server, preventing spoofing of the data being transferred. We use HSTS to enforce users interact with Radian only over TLS.
Passwords are stored in the database via salting and hashing. Salting implies inputting random data into your plain-text password, and hashing means irreversibly encrypting the result, thus generating a unique encrypted entry.
We make use of AWS Signature algorithms that add security credentials to every file request, securing the petition and retrieval of data files.
Our cloud provider facilities are based in the EU, and certified in ISO/IEC 27001:2013, and AICPA SOC 2 Type II, ensuring high levels of reliability, privacy and security.
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