Data Protection & Privacy
Military Grade Security
Fusion Sport uses controls on access to information which include procedures for authorising and authenticating users and infrastructure-accessing staff, as well as software controls for restricting access, and techniques for protecting data, such as encryption. Fusion Sport utilises isolated private networks with no public IP addressing of back-end assets that hold data. The SMARTABASE application’s front-end is protected by proxies with both layer 4 and layer 7 traffic inspection and firewalling.
With regard to the security of SMARTABASE data, Amazon ensures that all data owing in and out of SMARTABASE (diagram) is encrypted using 128 bit SSL. This is the same technology used to protect internet banking transactions and is approved for HIPAA compliant medical data applications. All running volumes and data at rest is fully encrypted and backed up using systems designed to provide 99.999999999% durability and 99.99% availability of objects over a given year. When using the installed version of SMARTABASE, data at rest is stored in an Adobe Air database using the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with Counter in CBC-MAC (CCM) mode. When using the SMARTABASE app on a tablet or mobile phone, data at rest is protected within an SQLite database with SQLCipher providing 256-bit AES encryption in CBC mode.
With regard to monitoring and incident response, Fusion Sport has implemented SELinux enforcement and security tooling on all assets with centralised logging for continuous monitoring and rapid incident response times. Staff are on call 24/7.