File security for Boilerplate's document management system has been a priority since our inception.Request demo
Security and trust should be a major consideration for any organizational leader choosing a document management system, especially one handling sensitive employee and client information. Our software platform was designed to be highly secure from the start to earn the trust of our customers. Boilerplate utilizes advanced encryption standards and employs routine cyber vulnerability scans by the US Department of Homeland Security Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). Note that DHS cannot endorse any product. File security and protecting user data to maintain your trust is our top priority.
The Advanced Encryption Standard was established by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology in 2001 to provide specifications for encryption of electronic data. The 256-bit variant offers the best of the widely accepted encryption standard.
Plaintext versions of your documents are never stored on non-volatile storage. You control who can access your account and sensitive information.
Option to cryptographically limit who can access your files without proper authentication keys.
When a user wants to delete their data, we can shred their encryption
keys prohibiting any future access, another system security measure.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Cyber Hygiene Program*: conducts routine system vulnerability scans for protection from new and existing threats (*DHS does not endorse or warranty any product).
HTTPS: Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure is used for secure communication over the internet. It’s the lock you see in the browser bar next to a site name.
Active system monitoring, firewalls and ransomware mitigation: to detect and mitigate suspicious activity
Third-party penetration testing: we hire outside security experts to try breaking into our system to identify potential vulnerabilities.
AWS Hosting: files are securely stored within the United States on Amazon servers, a leading cloud storage provider that lets us leverage their security measures.
Multi-factor Authentication: Using a mobile device to verify a user's identity, enhancing your file security.
HIPAA Compliance: Safeguards for securely transmitting personal health information.