If you would like to report a vulnerability or have any security concerns with a Cloud-IAM product, please contact email@example.com. This will give us a structured way to track and respond to your concerns, usually within 24 hours.
Include a proof of concept, a list of tools used (including versions), and the output of the tools. We take all disclosures very seriously. Once disclosures are received, we rapidly verify each vulnerability before taking the necessary steps to fix it. Once verified, we periodically send status updates as problems are fixed.
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We also have an open bug bounty for critical vulnerabilities report.
Google data centers feature a layered security model, including extensive safeguards such as:
According to the Google Security Whitepaper: “The data center floor features laser beam intrusion detection. Data centers are monitored 24/7 by high-resolution interior and exterior cameras that can detect and track intruders. Access logs, activity records, and camera footage are reviewed in case an incident occurs. Data centers are also routinely patrolled by professional security guards who have undergone rigorous background checks and training.”
Cloud-IAM employees do not have physical access to Scaleway, Amazon AWS or Google Cloud Platform data centers, servers, network equipment, or storage.
Cloud-IAM is the assigned administrator of its infrastructure on Scaleway, Google Cloud Platform, Amazon AWS, and only designated authorized Cloud_IAM operations team members to have access to configure the infrastructure on an as-needed basis behind a two-factor authenticated virtual private network. Specific private keys are required for individual servers, and keys are stored in a secure and encrypted location.
Scaleway, Google Cloud Platform and Amazon AWS undergoes various third-party independent audits regularly and can provide verification of compliance controls for its data centers, infrastructure, and operations. This includes, but is not limited, to SSAE 16-compliant SOC 2 certification and ISO 27001 certification.
Every part of the Cloud-IAM service uses properly-provisioned, redundant servers (e.g., multiple load balancers, web servers, replica databases) in the case of failure. As part of regular maintenance, servers are taken out of operation without impacting availability.
Cloud-IAM keeps hourly encrypted backups of data in multiple regions for all our supported cloud providers. While never expected, in the case of production data loss (i.e., primary data stores lost), we will restore organizational data from these backups.
In the event of a region-wide outage, Cloud-IAM will bring up a duplicate environment in a different region. The Cloud-IAM operations team has extensive experience performing full region migrations.
At Cloud-IAM, we believe that good security practices start with our own team, so we go out of our way to protect against internal threats and local vulnerabilities.
Cloud-IAM follows the risk management procedures outlined in NIST SP 800-30, which include nine steps for risk assessment and seven steps for risk mitigation.
All Cloud-IAM product changes must go through code review, CI, and build pipeline to reach production servers. Only designated employees on Cloud-IAM’s operations team have secure shell (SSH) access to production servers.
We perform testing and risk management on all systems and applications on a regular and ongoing basis. New methods are developed, reviewed, and deployed to production via pull request and internal review. New risk management practices are documented and shared via staff presentations on lessons learned and best practices.
Cloud-IAM performs risk assessments throughout the product lifecycle per the standards outlined in HIPAA Security Rule, 45 CFR 164.308:
The Cloud-IAM operations team includes service continuity and threat remediation among its top priorities. We keep a contingency plan in case of unforeseen events, including risk management, disaster recovery, and customer communication sub-plans that are tested and updated on an ongoing basis and thoroughly reviewed for gaps and changes at least annually.
Cloud-IAM maintains an internal wiki of security policies, which is updated on an ongoing basis and reviewed annually for gaps.
All new employees receive onboarding and systems training, including environment and permissions setup, formal software development training (if pertinent), security policies review, company policies review, and corporate values and ethics training.
All engineers review security policies as part of onboarding and are encouraged to review and contribute to policies via internal documentation. Any change to policy affecting the product is communicated as a pull request, such that all engineers can review and contribute before internal publication. Major updates are communicated via email to all Cloud-IAM employees.
Cloud-IAM follows the incident handling and response process recommended by SANS, which includes identifying, containing, eradicating, recovering from, communicating, and documenting security events. Cloud-IAM notifies customers of any data breaches as soon as possible via email and phone call, followed by multiple periodic updates throughout each day addressing progress and impact. Cloud-IAM plans starting from Big Bunny include a dedicated customer success manager who holds responsibility for customer communication, as well as regular check-ins and escalations.