Is My Data Safe?

CueDB uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), which is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. In some cases, we also encrypt sensitive information where it is stored, like passwords. If you forget your password, the only way to re-access your account is to reset the password.

No other members other than the members you grant permission to can access any of your team and project information.

We regularly perform backups of our volumes and databases to ensure that we can recover data in the event of data loss. Our databases are configured with point-in-time backup, which makes it possible to restore to any transaction as far back as 7 days.

We have implemented DDoS protection to protect our infrastructure from DDoS attacks. This provides a layer of protection against a wide range of attacks, by analyzing incoming traffic and filtering out any suspicious traffic. This ensures that our infrastructure is protected from malicious traffic and our application remains available for legitimate users.

To enhance account safety, all our plans include Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) and the option to log out active browser sessions across all of your devices.

Our system utilizes Snowflake IDs to add an extra layer of security through obscurity. While user authentication is our primary defense against unauthorized access, Snowflake IDs enhance this protection by generating unique, non-sequential identifiers. This design makes it significantly more challenging for attackers to access data through ID prediction or enumeration, further securing user information within our authenticated environment.

We are very concerned with safeguarding your information, but no method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure. Please help keeping your data safe by using secure networks, secure passwords, Two-Factor Authentication and remember to log out on public computers.

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