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Security and Compliance 

NINJAworkspace meeting solutions was designed for maximum security and 100% compliance. We identify and mitigate vulnerabilities, protecting against unauthorized access, and ensuring the software performs as intended. Adherence of software to laws, regulations, and industry standards is a must!

NYNJA is HIPAA and SOC2 compliant
AES - 256 Encryption

Security

  1. Secure software development: This refers to the process of designing, coding, and testing software with security in mind. It involves identifying potential security risks and implementing measures to prevent them.

  2. Vulnerability scanning: This is the process of identifying vulnerabilities in software by running automated scans. These scans can help detect security flaws before they are exploited by attackers.

  3. Penetration testing: This involves simulating an attack on software to identify potential vulnerabilities. Penetration testing can help assess the effectiveness of security measures and identify areas for improvement.

  4. Access controls: These are measures that restrict access to software and its data. Access controls can include passwords, encryption, and other security mechanisms that ensure only authorized users can access the software.

  5. Security updates: These are updates that address security vulnerabilities in software. It's important to regularly update software to ensure it remains secure and protected against new threats.

  6. Run constant resistance test to try to breach our systems on every level. We also hire outside security firms to do the same, making sure that even the slightest weaknesses are given our complete attention to protect.

 

Compliance - Every day our systems and hierarchy gets tested to make sure we stay 100% complainant. As rules and laws change, we consistently update and upgrade our compliant policies and processes!

Software compliance refers to the adherence of software to laws, regulations, and industry standards. It involves ensuring that the software meets certain requirements related to data privacy, security, and accessibility.

  1. Regulatory compliance: This refers to compliance with laws and regulations that govern software, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

  2. Industry standards compliance: This involves adhering to industry-specific standards for software development and usage. For example, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) sets requirements for software used in credit card transactions.

  3. Accessibility compliance: This refers to compliance with accessibility standards, such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), which ensure that software is accessible to users with disabilities.

  4. Audit trails: These are records that document software compliance, such as changes made to the software and who made them. Audit trails can help demonstrate compliance to regulators and auditors.

  5. Compliance monitoring: This involves regularly monitoring software to ensure it remains in compliance with regulations and industry standards. Monitoring can involve automated checks, manual reviews, and testing to identify potential compliance issues.

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