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Their software is protected by a Verisign256 bit SSL security encryption – the same level encryption used by major banks. All transactions are processed, transmitted and store securely on a PCI Compliant network where all your data is securely encrypted several times within their secure data center located in Atlanta, Georgia.
Their PCI Compliance is certified through McAfee Secure, the leader in online security, and a pdf certification can be provided upon request. Their server and software bundles are equipped with industry-leading techniques to detect, block and diffuse attempts by spammers, hackers and bots to interfere with their system.
They also have a global monitoring system that monitors their uptime round the clock and gives us up to the second details on server metrics, performance and speed.
Their state-of-the-art servers are managed by AtlantaNAP, the region’s newest large scale data center and disaster recovery center which has been SAS 70 Type II certified and also SSAE-16 Type II certified. The security at their Atlanta data center is unrivaled.
With a 10 foot razor fence, keycarded entry, and a security system including redundant security camera servers, biometric handprint scanning, and trained security guards, their colocation services are the safest in Atlanta. The connection at theirAtlanta facility is sitting directly on one of AGL’s main fiber backbones, and is part of a metro ethernet ring based on Extreme Networks 10 gig technology.
Your data is very important to us. They have built a sophisticated backup system to run alongside their live servers to make sure every piece of data in theirsystem is backed up every 15 minutes. As their system captures real time data, they setup database replication servers dedicated just for making backups. With replication, all changes to a database is replicated to one or more redundant servers.
Typically, replication is used for distributing requests, but it’s also excellent for making frequent redundant backups. In their replication routine, they created a mirroring process that writes all queries and requests into a binary file that records every single new request and action. This binary file is the master link that allows their main production servers to continue to run at full speed all the time without ever having to go into backup mode and pause service.
Their redundant servers, acting as a slave that references the binary file, updates itself in real time. As fast as the binary file is being written, a complete separate backup is happening simultaneously. This all happens off the main rack. This slave server also has its own redundancies and can be locked at any time to do a full backup on a remote drive if needed. They take full complete snapshots of the redundant servers every 15 minutes and are backed up separately.