At Edge, we go a step further than the competition to ensure that your privacy is never compromised. Most companies only protect their employees with anti-virus and a firewall. These security measures are becoming increasingly outdated and susceptible to being overridden by hackers.
We have that and much more. We protect our OS, web browsers, Adobe Reader, Microsoft Office, Google Suite– literally, everything that we use has rigorous protection systems in place.
Our security team prides itself on having provided nuclear power plants, government institutions, and banks with top-notch protection. It's safe to say that our clients can be at ease knowing that their data is protected through our top-grade security measures.
We also employ a security directive used in government organizations, NIST 800-53. NIST 800-53 is a set of guidelines used by the U.S. federal government to ensure the protection of its systems.
We are compliant with the strictest government protocol like the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
We enable multi-factor authentication on all of our communication and application platforms. This means that in the event an account is compromised, no one is able to access it further without the consent of the account holder. Access will be denied to unauthorized users and the account holder will immediately be notified of the attempt. This is the most up to date practice globally.
All Edge employees are trained in anti-phishing courtesy of the U.S. Department of Defense from which they are certified for the completion of the cyber-attack awareness course.
We also have end-point security, which we have used to replace the outdated parameter defense systems from 2014. What this basically means is that while our Ambassadors might be able to access your systems, our end-points (Our Ambassador’s computer connected to your system), will be secure. Essentially, you won’t have to worry about anything being breached from our end when our Ambassador is working with you remotely.
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