All the pages are 256-bit SSL encrypted (SHA-256 with RSA Encryption). This ensures that the username password or any post cannot be eavesdropped and all interaction on inFeedo is secured. Security measures are regularly monitored and they are upgraded proactively as and when an error is found.
inFeedo is hosted on secure Amazon Data Centres. We host your data and our web server separately to minimise the risk of losing data due to downtime. The Web Server is configured for Auto Scaling. When the load increases, more servers are added automatically so your browsing experience is not affected. To read more about how secure Amazon Web Services are, please go through this link: https://aws.amazon.com/compliance/
inFeedo is a place where stakeholders of an organisation share innovative ideas, discuss existing issues and share their solutions. Protection and confidentiality of this information are central to our business and therefore we have a robust system in place to make sure it is safe.
We use one-way encryption using MD5 encryption algorithm for your passwords. If you forget your password, a temporary password is generated and sent to you by email. Upon logging in you will be asked to change that temporary password. Sensitive information like email, mobile number, first name, last name etc. are encrypted and stored in the database. Only upon application requests for populating reports, screens etc. the information is de-encrypted.
Much before we conceptualised inFeedo, our team has been involved in providing secure internet services for a long time now. With a team of 125+ years of cumulative experience, our engineering, quality assessment and product guys undergo regular sessions to stay up to date with the latest skills required to stay safe in this ever changing cyber world. Read about our young team and seasoned advisors here:
All employees undergo orientation for Data Security/Privacy and sign a legally bound Non-Disclosure Agreement. Strict guidelines are in place when it comes to accessing user data. Only for a support request the user information can be retrieved by an isolated and specially trained support staff and any such access is logged.
A parallel Server Mirror (Slave) is maintained, which keeps all the data in sync. In the unlikely event of the server crashing the Slave takes over and becomes the master. This ensures that there is no loss of Data. In addition to the Master-Slave architecture, the Database is backed up every day and data can be restored to the last 24-hour snapshot.