The security of your data and information is one of our top concerns at Taskworld. That is why we go to the greatest lengths to make sure that all collected data is private and secured.
- All of your data is hosted on Amazon Web Services. Amazon’s data centers are staffed around-the-clock by security guards and access is by authorization only. Storing their information in multiple physical, geographic locations allows you to be assured that, even in the case of catastrophe, error or natural disaster, systems and data can be fully recovered quickly. For more information, go to: http://aws.amazon.com
- All connections and data transfers between client and server are encrypted and authenticated using a strong protocol (TLS 1.2), a strong key exchange (ECDHE_RSA with P-256), a strong cipher (AES_128_GCM) and our taskworld.com wildcard certificate key size is 2048 bits.
- We store all attachments and database backups in secure AWS S3 buckets, a very extensive and thorough guide to AWS security can be found here.
- Only five of our developers have access to our AWS servers running on EC2, and all of them are required to use Multi-Factor Authentication.
- Our servers can only be accessed using AWS EC2 Key Pairs from select locations.
- We actively cache user data in Redis, and also index parts of it in Elasticsearch to provide search functionality.
- All servers such as Redis, RabbitMQ and Elasticsearch are members of our VPC (Virtual Private Cloud).
- Taskworld also ensures that your data is protected from other site members.
- Disconnect from any colleague at any time as long as neither of you has an active task between each other.
- Choose to make little or none of your project information visible to all Taskworld users with advanced privacy settings.
- Server authentication and SSL technology and best in class encryption protect your data across all devices - web & mobile.