Prolydian employs a built-in cloud-based security center which adds additional protection at the server level.
Privacy and Security Features
Item Banking Security
Item banks can represent a significant asset for any company. Prolydian takes the responsibility of data protection very seriously.
Two-factor authentication is when a user is required to verify a second piece of information in addition to their password in order to gain access to data or system. For example, in addition to supplying the correct user name and password combination, a user may also be required to authenticate their email or cell phone number of record. By having this added security in place, data remains protected even when a password is breached. Two factor authentication is required for any user having access to one or more item banks.
During system setup which occurs before any data is uploaded to the system. The program owners and system roles are established including a "Security Manager" for each organization. The Security Manager receives email messages when system permissions change and also has access to forensics data. In some instances, the Security Manager must serve as a third approval when a person is granted full or partial access to the item bank.
Event capturing and Forensics
Every touch of the system is recorded. Every time a user creates, edits, or deletes a bit of data the system records "fingerprints" such as the user and location data.
Organizational Security Measures
The Prolydian enterprise requires stakeholders to be bound by confidentiality agreements and subject to corporate policies.
System processes are designed to be in-step with NCCA and ISO standards.