Learn more about our measurements to ensure security of our services for our customers.
Technical and Organizational Measures
Connective continuously invests in state of the art security measures. As required under Article 32 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) we have implemented several technical and organizational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk when processing personal data. These measures are updated from time to time to keep up with the highest market standards.
For more information on which measures we exactly take, please read our TOM Statement.
Data Center Security
Connective partners with Microsoft Azure for hosting its services. We have configured the geolocation of the applicable data centers in Northern Europe (Amsterdam, Dublin, Paris, Marseille, Geneva & Zurich), in USA (Virginia) and Australia (New South Wales – Sydney). If you would like to learn more about which efforts Microsoft takes to secure your cloud environment we refer to Microsoft´s Trust Center.
Yes, Connective encrypts the ‘data at rest’ and ‘data in transit’ using industry standards
Yes, Connective performs penetration tests on its services and products on a regular basis (at least once a year)
Basic authentication with user name and password OR via MTLS by using a client certificate
Yes. Connective does perform PEN test on a regular basis. Upon specific request we can share more relevant information which you might find sufficient to cover your needs. However, if you would like to perform further security testings this is allowed after signing a Security Assessment Agreement. Please reach out to your relationship manager for more information.
Your complete guide about United States´ & European law applicable to electronic signatures
Including an assessment by international law firm DLA Piper focusing on Connective eSignatures in relation to eIDAS, UETA, eSign Act, ZertES, Hong Kong law and Singapore Law.