Barely a day passes without news of an email leak (remember former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email issues? Of course you do.), security breach or denial of service attack. Human resources plays a vital role in ensuring company and employee information isn’t vulnerable to attacks. However, when dealing with immigration, company financial performance, passport and social security numbers, addresses, compensation and work status data is passed between you, your company, employees, attorneys and government agencies. So, it begs the question, how protected are you and your employees if your primary communication channel is email with your immigration services provider?
Why is email so dangerous? Using Clinton’s leaked emails as a case study, here are five reasons:
At Envoy, we take security and data compliance very seriously. Communication, document sharing and sensitive company and employee information are housed in our secure, cloud-based platform with multi-factor authentication. Here are other ways Envoy keeps your data safe:
Here are some of the key configurations of the system:
We ensure that your employees see only their own data. You control their access to company data or any other sensitive information.
All customer data is encrypted to prevent unauthorized access. Envoy employees do not have access to data. All customer data is restricted to only those who need access to it, through the principle of least privilege.
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We partnered with Microsoft and leverage their Azure cloud data infrastructure. Azure has over 25 certifications and is the gold standard of data center management and security.
Real-time data monitoring is imperative for proactive protection of our database.
Want to see how your immigration program’s security measures up? Contact us for a free security assessment.