The connection between your web browser and TestCompass’ backend servers is secured using industry-standard encryption and SSL/TLS (Secure Socket Layer / Transport Layer Security) protocols.
All connections are made using HTTPS, ensuring that network traffic is encrypted, and that others cannot eavesdrop on communication between your machine and TestCompass’ infrastructure.
TestCompass’ backend infrastructure is hosted by AWS (Amazon Web Services). AWS is the world’s most popular cloud hosting provider, and is trusted by banks, financial institutions, technology companies, governments, and state security services around the world. TestCompass’ infrastructure on AWS is physically located within the European Union.
TestCompass takes full advantage of the protections offered by AWS. Our systems are encapsulated and firewalled by AWS’s VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) technology, and access is secured with AWS’s IAM (Identity and Access Management) framework. Our backend resources are configured in accordance with industry security best-practices, and AWS security guidelines.
All TestCompass customer data (such as test models and user account information) is encrypted at rest, using industry-standard AES-256 encryption. Regular backups are also performed to guard against data loss.