How secure are BroadData Web Meetings?

Your Safety Is Our Number One Priority

Standards for double safety

Every piece of content is directly encoded with TSL (Transport Layer Security) which creates a trustworthy environment for sharing confidential data and making purchases.

Certificate for use with SSL and TLS

The TLS standard provides authentication and data encryption between clients, servers and other machines. This protects your meetings from security lapses such as eavesdropping or unauthorized access.

Firewall compatibility

BroadData Web Meetings does not demand specific configuration of your firewall. Transport Layer Security (TSL) requires use of the firewall Port 443, providing a reliable and highly secure connection in HTTPS traffic.

Keep confidential data under lock and key

Store all of your meeting’s data – user management, conference recordings, chat transcripts and voicemail recordings in a fully protected environment.

Key Benefits:

  • Encryption – Double encryption provides full meeting security with end to end encryption using the Advance Encryption Standard (AES) 256-bit algorithm
  • Single Sign-On – Authentication methods are based on a single sign-on (SSO) which limits access to your meeting’s data to a single user ID and password
  • Authentication – Each participant receives a unique session token to prevent your meetings from unauthorized access

Security ensured with role based access control

Every BroadData Web Meeting user only has permission to pre-specified privileges. You can be sure that every attendee or moderator has a right only to the information they need.

Enhanced compliance

RBAC (Role Based-Access Control) system used by BroadData Web Meetings meets statutory requirements for privacy of financial institutions and healthcare companies that manage sensitive data.

Lower risk of breaches and data leakage

BroadData Web Meetings restricts access to sensitive information. This gives you more freedom to integrate third-party users by assigning them predefined roles.