All Deputy SSL certificates support 256 bit SSL encryption, the same level of encryption used by online banks. This ensures all communications to and from the Deputy application are encrypted in bank-grade security protocol.
Deputy offers 3 layers of application security as users login to and engage with the platform
1) 256 Bit SSL Encrypted Login
Ensures maximum security in data transfer. Prevents login and password theft. All communications to and from the Deputy application are encrypted in bank-grade security protocol.
2) Sharded Customer Data
Customer data is sharded (separated) into different database partitions. This ensures there is no data overlap / loss of data integrity between customers.
3) Location/User level separation
Within customer accounts data is separated between different company locations and user-levels. This ensures there is no chance for data from one franchise to see other franchise's data. As well as separation by user level.
Deputy runs on AWS cloud infrastructure. We have maintained our philosophy on cloud computing and close integration with Amazon Web Services since the very beginning. Today Deputy operates a highly scalable and redundant infrastructure backed by Amazon’s 99.99% uptime service level agreements.
Deputy employs WhiteHat Sentinel, WhiteHat Security's industry-leading website security solution. To help address concerns about safeguarding your confidential data from security breaches and hacker attacks.
WhiteHat Sentinel conducts rigorous and ongoing security testing on thousands of the world's leading websites, including Deputy and many Fortune 500 companies.
Security is of the utmost importance to Deputy. We mitigate security risks through applying best practice and active monitoring. However if you have any security concerns, or notice any possible security issues, we encourage you to report them here Report security concerns
2 Factor Authentication
Deputy is the first and only cloud-based workforce management solution to offer Two Step Verification, along with Single Sign On, and Mobile Device Management.
With Two Step Verification, an employee will be required to respond to a unique message on their device when logging in to Deputy – similar to the confirmation messages your bank sends you as part of a new transaction.