We are taking this seriously, your cloud network is protected with the most secure software that exists on the market. The great thing about our architecture is that the most important parts are written in smart contracts. Means your CPNs are secure as Ethereum. Wallets and private keys are stored using AES-256 encryption. Every single communication with your personal cloud banking runs entirely over encrypted SSL (https).
Your personal cloud banking verifies the authenticity of every single request you made. After your cloud detects unknown devices it will cancel the request and you should get a pop up on your WalletPlus App that a unknow device tried to connect to your cloud. If this happens we suggest that you start a migration process where you get a new unique identifier for our cloud services, you will need to download all your wallets (private keys) on your device and after that, you should be able to import it.
WalletPlus shares with its employees a set of security policies and guidelines, covering a range of topics, among which : strong password policy, physical security policies, best practices in cybersecurity, privacy, and confidentiality rules and policy.
WalletPlus continuously performs vulnerability scanning using industry standards and tools.
WalletPlus performs periodic internal evaluation of its peripheral and in-depth services. Audits are performed by external and independent contractors specializing in web application cybersecurity.
Penetration tests are performed on a yearly basis. A remediation plan is scheduled according to the criticality of the issues found, including additional tests for the resolved vulnerabilities.
System and Network availability, performance and capacity are routinely monitored to ensure that potential issues are detected, reported, logged, and resolved in a timely manner.