Tested and accredited to the highest standards
The world of Industry 4.0 and other connected technologies brings a new operational risk – data security. Senseye goes to great lengths to ensure that working with us is safe, reliable and sustainable. From initial deployment to enterprise-wide scale, your machine and maintenance data is in safe hands thanks to our robust internal systems, independent testing & verification, standards compliance, and strict staff policies.
How do we keep your data secure?
At Senseye security is imperative to us. As a result, we are proud that Senseye has been reviewed and approved for use by a number of leading global companies. Off the back of that, this page aims to answer many of the frequently asked questions in security reviews.
All data is encrypted at rest using AES-256
Data is encrypted in transit with TLS 1.2 or newer
Annual third-party pen tests are performed and results published to customers
Data is hosted in the EU and handled according to GDPR
Your data will be deleted at the end of your tenancy
Security is audited by external bodies annually
Single sign on (SSO) is supported via SAML, OIDC, AzureAD, among many others
Backups are taken regularly, do not cross jurisdictional boundaries, and are afforded the same protection as production data
Data is supported via various push mechanisms, or via Senseye pulling from any of a number of supported hubs
For more details, please see our security portal, and answers to the Cloud Security Alliance's CAIQ assessment.Visit the Senseye security portal
Senseye uses a number of subprocessors in order to provide our service to end users. As we grow and expand our functionality, the list of subprocessors below may change. Currently, we use the following:
|Auth0||Authentication, user Database||Frankfurt, Germany|
|AWS||Production Infrastructure||Frankfurt, Germany|
|Compose.com||Production Queues||Frankfurt, Germany|
|Elastic||Logging and Monitoring||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|Microsoft Azure||Production Infrastructure||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|MongoDB Atlas||Databases||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
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