MyDataModels Security Overview: the Impenetrable Fortress

MyDataModels security and data hosting are created with industry-standard security technologies. We apply stringent procedures to guard your information by choosing privacy-safeguarding technologies like end-to-end encryption for your data.

MyDataModels protects your information by encrypting it during exchanges. It saves it in a private cloud using a third-party partner’s servers (such a TAS Group) in an encrypted format, and uses strong authentication. This partner doesn’t have the keys to decrypt your data. MyDataModels employs end-to-end encryption for all critical and non-critical information. Beyond the encryption/decryption phases, your data is saved reshuffled in small pieces. In other words, it is encoded and, therefore, not readable by MyDataModels.

We are compliant with demanding standards. Our data centers are ISO 27001 certified. We abide by GDPR standards, which protect the individual’s rights to access, modify, or even erase their information. We have gone one step further by becoming HDS (Hébergement des Données de Santé) certified. HDS implies demanding safety constraints on the physical building hosting our servers, the hardware infrastructure, the data management, and in particular, the procedures to handle the data security. 

With MyDataModels, your data is safe, available for you to use, and only you, in an impenetrable fortress. 

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