Data Encryption

Enrollsy encrypts data in transit and at rest.

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Written by Richard Hogan
Updated over a week ago

What is Data Encryption?

According to Forcepoint, "Data encryption is a security method where information is encoded and can only be accessed or decrypted by a user with the correct encryption key. Encrypted data, also known as ciphertext, appears scrambled or unreadable to a person or entity accessing without permission." You can read more about encryption here.

It has been said that data is the new oil. It's valuable, and yours is worth protecting. Your Customers expect you to be careful and thoughtful with their data, so we take this security aspect seriously.

Digital data has three states:

  1. Data at rest (read more)

  2. Data in use (read more)

  3. Data in transit (read more)

To protect your data from being accessed by unintended parties, Enrollsy encrypts data in transit and at rest. Doing so ensures that even if a bad actor gets through our (or AWS's) Identity and Authentication protocols the data they retrieve will not be readable by them.

We also use a Web Application Firewall and Sophos Central Intercept X Advanced with EDR and MTR Advanced on our computers to keep any data in use safe.

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