At Procore, we’re serious about protecting our customers’ data, and have implemented numerous security measures to achieve that goal. In the spirit of transparency, some of those measures are described below. In addition, here is a downloadable copy of this article for your convenience.
Procore Analytics implements a layered data security approach. The following security measures are in place:
- Transport Layer Security - All data in transit to the database is secured and encrypted via TLS 1.2 using the AES256 encryption standard.
- Data Encryption - Azure Transparent data encryption (TDE) helps protect Azure SQL Database against the threat of malicious offline activity by encrypting data at rest. It performs real-time encryption and decryption of the database, associated backups, and transaction log files at rest without requiring changes to the application.The encryption algorithm used is AES 256.
- Azure SQL Database Firewall - All connection attempts pass through a firewall, only allowing trusted sources to establish a connection to the database server.
- Authentication - All credentials require complex 16 character minimum passwords. Authentication controls are in place to validate all logins.
- Auditing - All database actions are recorded and audit logs are stored for tracking database activity.
- Threat Detection - Azure SQL Database Threat Protection is utilized to detect and respond to potential vulnerabilities, anomalous database activity, and SQL injection attacks.
- SQL Vulnerability Assessment - Procore conducts vulnerability assessments on all tools to verify the effectiveness of security measures.
- Data Hosted by Microsoft Azure - Microsoft hosts Procore Analytics data in Microsoft Azure’s highly secure data centers.
Procore has a service-level objective for the 99.9% availability of its services. Individuals can email email@example.com with any security-specific concerns or questions, or to identify specific vulnerabilities.