Security And IP Protection
Non-Disclosure Agreement with Employees
To ensure security of our client's confidential business information, employees/contractors are required to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) after their references and background experience have been thoroughly screened and verified. We conduct regular IPR (Intellectual Property Regulation) and information security training. Employees are closely monitored to ensure that they do not disclose, use, copy, and publish any proprietary information. Moreover, it is ensured that the team uses/shares client information and materials only for the intended purpose, i.e., project development.
Our security management framework covers the following aspects:
Security Assets and Procedures
We identify development sites as critical or sensitive business information processing facilities which should be housed in secure areas, protected by a defined security perimeter with appropriate security barriers and entry controls. Access to development sites and buildings are restricted to authorized personnel only. Visitors to secure areas are supervised or cleared and their date and time of entry and departure are recorded. Within buildings also there are further secure areas where only a select people are allowed on access control.
Beyondsoft client data protection policies and procedures are:
Data Protection Policy
We are using the RAID Data Protection Policy. We support high capacity and high speed mass storage with continuous data availability, ease of service, scalability and connectivity. The configuration is designed to handle very large databases, no active single point of component failure. It utilizes component and function redundancy to provide full fault-tolerance for all microprocessors, control storage, control and data busses, power supplies, and cooling fans. Thus, it can sustain multiple component failures and still continue to provide full access to stored data.