Client-specific hosting requirements
Opus 2 Services and Agreements meet global legal and regulatory requirements, including but not limited to:
- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- UK GDPR
- California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
- Singapore Personal Data Protection Act
- Australian Privacy Act
- Canada Federal Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act
Authentication and authorisation
There are several authentication methods in place to increase the security of accounts. This includes a client-defined password policy and several options for multi-factor authentication. It is also possible to link to your Single Sign-On provider to centralise account control and authentication policies.
As a client, you have full control over the permissions for each user you register to the platform. You can create, modify, and remove users based on your own internal policies.
Encryption at rest
All customer data is hosted on encrypted AWS containers. Encryption keys are programmatically managed through the AWS Key Management System (KMS).
Encryption in transit
All internet-facing application instances are assigned a TLS certificate to ensure that data communicated between your computer and the Opus 2 infrastructure is encrypted using the latest encryption protocols. The certificate is generated through a secure process and only supports encryption protocols and ciphers that are not currently known to be broken or otherwise compromised. All components communicate with each other over TLS.