Data security and privacy

Your data is safe with us

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Written by Johnathon Jeffery
Updated over a week ago

At Float, we take your security and privacy seriously. This guide outlines our comprehensive approach to safeguarding your data, from hosting and encryption to permissions and compliance measures.

Hosting and Uptime

Float is hosted on Google Cloud Platform, renowned for its robust security features. Review Google Cloud's Standards, Regulations & Certifications

We pride ourselves on maintaining a 99.5% uptime since launching Float. You can check our current status and system metrics history on our status page.

Security Measures

  • Robust Encryption

We use AES 256-bit encryption and TLS 1.2 to ensure your data is secure.

  • Secure Payment Information

Float does not store your credit card information.

  • One-Way Encryption for Passwords

All passwords are securely encrypted using a one-way encryption algorithm.

  • Regular Vulnerability Audits

We conduct routine third-party vulnerability audits to ensure our security measures are up to the mark.

Permissions and Access

We've built Float to offer customizable permissions (also known as access rights). This way, you can easily control who has access to different sections of your account.

Compliance

  • GDPR-Compliant

We comply with GDPR, enhancing privacy rights and increasing record-keeping responsibilities, for both EU-based customers and businesses with EU clients.

  • Enhanced Customer Data Protections

We've increased our data and privacy protections over the years, including options to export your data whenever needed.

Privacy Policy

For detailed information on how we handle data and privacy, visit our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

Contact Us

Your security and privacy are of utmost importance to us. If you have any questions or need further clarification, our support team is always here to assist you.

If you have specific questions or concerns related to GDPR, feel free to contact us at gdpr@float.com.​

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