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Reveal Security Policies and Tech Stack Overview
Reveal Security Policies and Tech Stack Overview
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Written by Mauricio Baltazar
Updated over a week ago

Security and Data Privacy have been in Reveal’s DNA from day one; they are deeply embedded into our platform and have always been our number one priority.

How Data Privacy works on Reveal

With Reveal, you have absolute control over your data: you make the ultimate decisions on who to partner with, and who sees which accounts and fields. Our integrations with top CRMs in the market help our users have the most flexibility while ensuring that sensitive data is protected against vulnerabilities. Our users have the freedom to connect multiple data sources, pause partnerships at will and remove data sources at any time.

Our approach to user security and data privacy is multi-faceted:

1- Your data is always encrypted- Using the oAuth 2.0 authentication protocol for the most secure authorization process, Okta for secure log-ins, and encrypting sensitive data at the application layer with 30 days rotating symmetric encryption keys, Reveal ensures that your data remains visible only to you and the partners you decide to share it with.

2- Your system is constantly monitored to prevent any threats- We use Github security alerts and code scans to prevent new vulnerabilities as well as and Sqreen to monitor vulnerabilities during runtime, Reveal constantly runs checks to make sure that your data stays protected against third party attacks.

3- Your devices are always protected- Using Vanta for anti-malware protection

4- Employee compliance monitoring- We guarantee that employees within Reveal don’t have access to your private data.

We use the most comprehensive and exhaustive security solutions on the market. This is why we are trusted by IPO-ed companies with their data as well as 5000+ other companies across North America and Europe.

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