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Last Updated: May 4th, 2009

HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol via Secure Socket Layer)

Datawitness is a secure site, identified by the https:// at the beginning of the address once you have signed in. The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol is the undisputed leader for web site authentication and encryption of transactional data. Information such as credit card numbers and e-commerce orders are secured via SSL on hundreds of thousands of servers around the globe each day. As the first and most widely adopted security protocol, SSL is supported by all major browsers and Web servers.

When connecting to a secure part of a website, signified by “https://”:

  • Unauthorized people are prevented from seeing the information sent to or from the site as all communications are encrypted.
  • At any time you can use your web browsers certificate functionality to view/verify the SSL certificat ebeing used.
  • A picture of a lock will appear at the bottom right of your screen.
  • Both the server and client can demand a certificate from each other. If the certificate presented by the server is unknown to the client, the client is free to accept or reject the certificate. This works in both ways.

Encrypted Links

Each time you send a Datawitness Submission, your recipients receive an email notification with an encrypted link to the Submission. This ensures that only the recipient of the email notification can open the submission.

Radiant Communications

Radiant Communications provides Datawitness customers with a multi-dimensional approach to security. Their facilities, network connections and security system work together to provide complete protection. These services include a Firewall, Monitoring System and Physical Security.

Managed Firewall

Radiant's Firewall service provides a proactive front line of defense against malicious attacks. The firewall infrastructure is managed and monitored in real-time by Radiant's trained security analysts.

Intrusion Detection System

Radiant's Intrusion Detection System is managed and monitored against attacks 24 hours a day by security experts. It identifies and terminates threats from unauthorized users and hackers by using data collected through the firewalls, detection sensors and VPN devices.

Physical Security

Radiant's climate-controlled premises are protected against unauthorized entry by electronic entry systems. Server rooms are protected by advanced fire detection and suppression systems. Server power supplies are redundant and further protected by a battery-based Uninterruptible Power Supply system. Datawitness servers are further protected inside the facility by locked cabinets.

Last Updated: May 4th, 2009

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