This information security policy outlines the approach to information security management at Grip and provides the guiding principles and responsibilities necessary to safeguard Grip users’ information.
The following terms as interpreted in this policy:
Information – any electronic data stored, produced or transmitted. Data may be user generated or machine generated.
Access – the process or method by which information is obtained or consumed.
Software – Software created and used in Grip for operating the services provided. This includes all machine-learned and generated operation information.
Communications – any message exchanged in any electronic form between Grip users.
The policy covers both internal information produced and consumed by Grip staff, its software as well as information provided by Grip’s clients and users. Client and user information may be provided via any public or private API offered by Grip or via any mobile or web application operated by Grip.
The policy does not cover:
Grip closely follows industry recommendations in encryption technology. All outbound information originating from Grip services is encrypted in transit over HTTPS via TLS. Where offered, Grip also receives information from 3rd parties through encrypted means.
We encrypt security information such as passwords at rest and Grip staff do not have the ability to decrypt and view them at any time.
Grip complies with EU General Data Protection Regulations and UK Data Protection Act
Grip’s services are hosted on infrastructure providers that are certified for the following:
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