How Secure Is My Content?

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Zight claims no ownership over any of your data. You retain all intellectual property and other rights to your documents and the information contained therein.

To ensure the privacy of your information, all data is transferred between user devices and Zight servers using up to 256-bit encrypted connection via TLS 1.2 and a world-class certificate provider. The cryptographic keys used to secure Zight are protected by Amazon’s Key Management Services. Zight is committed to GDPR compliance. For more information, see our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.


How secure are my links?

When you create content on Zight, a link is automatically generated for that specific item. The length of that link has a randomization of characters that provide 218,340,105,584,896 different possible combinations. This is a security measure that makes it very difficult for someone to access a specific item you’ve created.

You can also learn how to set security settings on each item you create to add enhanced security measures.


Security backed by hardened infrastructure

Security for your data is one of our top priorities, and we have a team dedicated to securing Zight’s systems, processes, and controls. Zight is powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), the industry’s leading provider of secure computing infrastructure. We chose AWS because of its stringent security measures, which include the following certifications:

  • ISO 27001: Information Security Management Systems (ISMS)
  • ISO 27017: Cloud-specific security control guidance
  • ISO 27018: Protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in public clouds
  • ISO 9001: Quality management systems
  • SOC1
  • SOC2
  • SOC3
  • PCI DSS 3.2

To learn more about the security procedures employed by AWS, please review their documentation. You can securely access Zight at any time and from any device or location, and we offer a 99.9% uptime guarantee to enterprise customers.

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