We take the security of our customers’ data very seriously and explain below the steps we take to ensure its integrity. Pagemap is a cloud-based application, which means your data (the documents that you upload, plus keyword tags and other data you input) are stored remotely and accessed via the internet.
All data stored in Pagemap is held securely in storage facilities run by Amazon Web Services, which is a highly trusted worldwide provider of cloud-based storage and application. Its clients include Unilever, Getty Images, Vodafone, Washington Trust Bank, The Guardian, NASDAQ and SAP
Details on how Amazon secures and protects your data can be found here.
Users’ documents are stored in Amazon’s data centre in Sydney, Australia. Once a document is deleted by a user, it is deleted entirely from Amazons’ data centre and therefore Pagemap.
All cloud-based systems are accessed via the internet. To ensure high-levels of security, Pagemap uses Secured Socket Layer (SSL) encryption.
Pagemap has been issued with an Extended validation certificate (EV) by Digicert, which uses the highest level of authentication and were specifically created to boost and maintain customer confidence in e-commerce through a rigorous verification process and specific, EV certificate-only browser cues like the green address bar. EV certificates incorporate some of the highest standards for identity assurance to establish the legitimacy of online entities.
DigiCert provides digital certificates to over 80,000 customers in more than 180 countries, and its customers include BMW, IBM, Intel, NASA, Paypal and Toyota.
Pagemap can only be accessed via a valid username and password. Passwords can never be displayed, only reset at the user’s request, in which case an email link will be sent to the user’s registered email address.
Pagemap support staff cannot access users’ documents unless a user explicitly shares the document with them.
If you have specific questions about the security of your data, please contact Pagemap via [email protected]