Security and Privacy
At Tesmon, we take the security and privacy of our customers very seriously. We understand that our customers trust us with their sensitive data, and we make every effort to ensure that their data is always secure and private.
The best way to keep customers' data secure and private is by not even collecting any data in the first place. At Tesmon, we follow a strict data minimization policy, which means that we only collect the data that we need to provide our services to our customers. We do not collect any unnecessary data, and we never share our customers' data with any third parties.
We take a layered approach to security and privacy, and our infrastructure is designed to be highly secure and resilient. Our entire backend is hosted in a VPC and private subnet, including our load balancers. We use industry-standard security protocols and follow best practices to ensure that our infrastructure is always secure.
All data transmitted between Tesmon and our users is encrypted using industry-standard SSL/TLS encryption. This means that your data is protected during transit and cannot be intercepted or read by third parties.
We use secure data storage systems to protect your data while it is stored in our systems. We regularly review and update our security measures to ensure that they are up-to-date and effective.
Processing and Execution
All the processing and test execution, including events, are completely processed within the customer's environment. Tesmon cannot access any of our customers' data or secrets. Our services are designed to be highly secure, and we follow industry best practices to ensure that our customers' data is always safe.
We limit access to your data to only those employees who need it to provide our services to you. All access to user data is logged and audited to prevent unauthorized access or data breaches.
We comply with all relevant data protection regulations, including GDPR and CCPA. We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of privacy and security for our users.
If you have any questions about our security and privacy practices, please contact our support team.