Systems to keep your content and users safe.
Full Lifecycle Security
Cerkl runs on Google Cloud, the industry’s most secure cloud provider. Google Cloud offers a global scale technical infrastructure designed to provide security through the entire information processing lifecycle. This infrastructure provides secure deployment of services, secure storage of data with end user privacy safeguards, secure communications between services, secure and private communication with customers over the internet, and safe operation by administrators.
The security of Google Cloud’s infrastructure is designed in progressive layers starting from the physical security of data centers, continuing on to the security of the hardware and software that underlie the infrastructure, and finally, the technical constraints and processes in place to support operational security.
Only authorized employees from your company have access to see how your content is performing, insights, etc. Password requirements can be set to meet your IT standards. In addition, all passwords are encrypted both in storage and by AES 256-bit in communication.
Cerkl doesn’t ever need to come inside your network. Internal content, like the information posted on your intranet, is pushed to us via our REST API on 256 bit advanced encryption. You are in complete control of what content is sent to Cerkl. That content is then stored on our Google Cloud instance with server-side encryption. With public content, like your external blogs, or YouTube channel, everything is handled the same except Cerkl automatically crawls to grab that content instead of it being pushed to us via secure API.
Each customer is given a dedicated IP address. No other customer can send via your IP address. In addition, your IP address will be white labeled using DNS entries we’ll provide to your IT team to ensure that emails coming in are authorized/approved to be sent from your domain.
Web and Intranet Security
The Aptly personalization plugin can be added to any website (either internal or external). Once added, the plugin calls our personalization server via SSL to request personalized content recommendations for the visiting user. If you’d like to add personalized news and content to a native mobile app, the app will be making secure API calls to our personalization server.