Last Updated: June 30, 2017
Data transmitted to or from the GoodHire applications is encrypted using TLS 1.2. We store sensitive information in encrypted form using a unique key. We engage independent security experts to audit our code and test our applications for vulnerabilities.
We follow best practices for protecting your GoodHire employer or candidate account, with passwords hashed and salted using PBKDF2, role-based access controls, and suspicious activity alerts.
All GoodHire employees undergo in-depth background checks before joining the team, and our in-house privacy and security experts regularly audit compliance with policies and procedures.
All employee laptops have mandatory full-disk encryption, and we strictly limit and audit access to customer data.
Our infrastructure service providers, such as Amazon Web Services, have achieved SSAE 16 and/or ISO 27001 compliance and meet rigorous standards for protecting the networks and servers powering GoodHire.
The GoodHire platform is independently monitored 24/7 from 60+ locations around the globe for any signs of downtime or service degradation.
Our US-based support team is on hand, Monday thru Friday from 8AM to 8PM ET to answer any questions should you suspect an uptime issue.
We architect GoodHire's platform, applications and databases across multiple availability zones for fast failover and send frequent backups in encrypted form to an offsite location.
Our engineering team uses blue/green deployments for releasing changes into production, which lets us deliver frequent updates while minimizing the need for maintenance windows with downtime.
GoodHire is a scalable, highly available, fault-tolerant US-based web service, leveraging best-of-breed infrastructure providers to optimize availability and performance.