Mumba Cloud Security

Website security and protecting client information is Mumba's single most important priority. For this reason we have implemented a number of security measures to ensure our IT infrastructure and data protection meets the highest global standards.

Safety of your employee information

A unique database is created with each new customer account. Data from each customer site is therefore stored in a separate database and with unique access credentials. This means that your information is never shared with any of our other client databases ensuring that your data remains private and secure.

Each database is backed-up daily and backups are stored offsite in multiple secure locations. Database backups, patching and security upgrades are performed on a regular basis and are performed by staff with the appropriate training and knowledge.

Site Access & Password Security

Mumba Cloud is equipped with Native passwords are one-way encrypted using a global leading Hash encryption technology with Salt. This means that passwords are encrypted in the database and cannot be viewed or retrieved by any user or admin. The user needs to initiate a system reset password function whereby a security token is emailed to the user that will allow a password change.

User passwords and all sensitive information is transmitted over the internet via a secure HTTPS connection using SSL security and LDAP or SSO authentications are also transmitted via a secure SSL connection.

Firewall, Restricted Access & Antivirus

Mumba Cloud is equipped with a firewall and an intrusion detection system that immediately alerts security administrators of potential security breaches. Potential threats are immediately blocked and further investigated.

Mumba can apply a white-list of allowed IP addresses to access your site. Any IP outside of this range is rejected access.

Antivirus software is updated daily and any threats are dealt with and removed on a daily basis.

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This document was last updated on 15 January 2015