Ed Controls is produced by Dutchview information technology BV (Dutchview). Security is critical and is something we take very seriously. This is evidenced by Dutchview’s dual ISO certification.
In addition to its ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certificates, Dutchview takes even more steps to ensure its security.
- Active password management. Through our support team or their account manager, Ed Controls customers can set passwords to expire after a certain period of time.
- Mandatory 2FA. Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a requirement for all Dutchview employees.
- Encrypted connection. Ed Controls uses an encrypted connection via TTLS 1.2 ECDHE_RSA with X25519 and AES_256_GCM.
- A quarterly data security report. In accordance with ISO guidelines, the team behind Ed Controls produces a quarterly report of any incidents that have occurred. These are promptly investigated and measures are taken to prevent them in future.
- Reliable email traffic. The email test on internet.nl shows that email traffic is reliable. But we don’t stop there; we have also taken additional email security measures.
- Good score on internet.nl and ssllabs. According to the guidelines used by internet.nl, Ed Controls has a 100% score on web.edcontrols.com.
- Reliable staff. All employees of Dutchview have submitted a Certificate of Good Conduct (VOG). Each employee also signs a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA).
- Secure Amazon servers. The data in Ed Controls is stored in AWS data centers in Frankfurt, Germany. See also this article.
- Security Officer. A Security Officer is part of the team behind Ed Controls. He continually and critcally reviews the state of our security.
- Management of roles and rights. Dutchview uses a special procedure to ensure the right access for the right people.
- A processor agreement is available on demand. A processor agreement can be concluded with Dutchview if desired.