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Security and technical specifications

Details on data security and technical specifications at DataScope

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Written by Aristotle
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DataScope uses Amazon Web Services, a high availability platform used by NASA, SAP, NASDAQ, Linkedin, Nokia, Netflix, among others, to ensure an excellent service that scales according to the needs of our clients.

We have an uptime of 99.959% in the last 12 months and different measures to ensure the availability and integrity of the service.

Certification and access control

All requests are made encrypted with HTTPS connection and data is protected using a 128 bit MD5 Security Hash (Algorithm by RSA Data Security, described in RFC1321). Local certificate with MITM protection from client is used in the Android and iOS mobile app.

Amazon certificate

RSA 2048-bit

Algorithm: SHA256WITHRSA

Meets security requirements according to current standards.

Secure Access: Secure communication with AWS through SSL. Application servers with blocked ports and a private network database.

AWS certifications

PCI DSS Level 1: Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.

Set of standards that a service provider must meet to store and process credit card transactions.


ATO FedRAMP is a US federal authorization to operate government cloud services.

Framework and development technologies

Ruby on Rails: Programming framework for web development used by large companies such as Oracle, IBM, Twitter, Groupon, Basecamp, Github.

Framework with continuous improvements and free security patches, optimized for Linux.

The mobile application was developed natively for Android and iOS, using React-Native technology that allows applications with high-quality standards and is used by large companies such as Facebook, Airbnb, Skype, Uber, among others.


Various services are used to monitor and manage platform performance and availability: AWS Cloudwatch, New Relic, Sentry, Google Cloud Platform, Bugsnag, and Uptime Robot.

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