Learn how Terality secures your data

Terality has started, in Dec 2021, the process to become a SOC 2 Type 2 audited platform.

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Does Terality have access to my data?

Terality is a software-as-a-service solution. It enable us to provide our users with a fully managed solution.

When using Terality, data is securely copied to the Terality infrastructure (cf. below). No human at Terality will ever read your data, nor will Terality use your data in any way outside our proprietary data processing engine.

Terality is not meant to be a storage solution, but a compute engine. Therefore, data is deleted from the Terality infrastructure in a maximum of three (3) days after the Terality's client session is closed. We also delete any backup of your data we may have.

While stored on the Terality's infrastructure, your data is protected using all the industry security best practices such as encryption in transit and at rest and tight access controls.

What is the Terality hosting provider?

Terality is currently hosted on Amazon Web Services, in the Frankfurt region.

How can Terality import or export data without configuration and without accessing the user cloud credentials?

When importing data from a cloud provider (e.g AWS S3 or Azure Data Lake), Terality directly copies the data from and to the cloud provider object storage service. This is done securely without ever communicating your cloud credentials to the Terality servers, and requires no special configuration from your part (so in most cases there is no need to request additional permissions from the team managing cloud access privileges).

We use different techniques depending on the cloud provider and integration:

How do you isolate users from each other?

We run all functions in a secure sandbox, bound to the user making the request. As this sandbox is not shared between users, no user can not impact other users.

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