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Security
Security is paramount to us. Everything we do is built around providing a secure video platform for our customers.
Data Privacy
Data Privacy & Control
Your data is always your own. We do not sell or share your data with any third parties.
Certification
Compliance
Pexip’s platform is designed to meet the strictest U.S. Federal & European requirements.

At Pexip, we offer multiple deployment options from a self-hosted solution, Pexip Infinity, to a private cloud solution called Pexip Private Cloud and a cloud service, the Pexip Service giving you the flexibility to choose what to do with your video conferencing data and how you want to manage it.

Security at the highest level

Our approach to a secure video platform adheres to the strictest security standards established by such risk management frameworks as GDPR, NIST SP 800-37, ISO 27001, and PCI DSS, and enables HIPAA compliance, among others. Compliance and certifications of the Pexip solution include:
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Unified Capabilities Approved Product List (UC APL)

Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)

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FIPS 140 Level 2 Validated

Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Publication 140-2 compliance

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Enables HIPAA Compliancy

Enabling Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance

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CSA STAR Level One

CSA STAR Registry

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ISO 27001 Certified Company

ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification

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CSPN Certification

French National Agency for Information Technology Security (ANSSI)

Pexip is committed to upholding high standards of information security, privacy and transparency for its customers, partners and employees. 

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More than just Encryption

Pexip uses industry-standard encryption and security protocols to control access and to prevent unwanted audiences from listening in.

To provide information security in areas that encryption cannot address, Pexip has been developed from the ground up within the constraints of a Defense-in-Depth cybersecurity architecture. Our cyber architecture focuses on applying a holistic approach to security and is designed to address all aspects of the threat model, including application, network, and operational security elements.

Pexip has a very sophisticated Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), because we know that as an application, we are going to be constantly rolling out new features, new capabilities, and patching and fixing things. We have a solid internal culture built on strong privacy and security practices. Our security practises focus on the organisation as a whole; from organisational security procedures, to our people hiring policies and employee security policies, to where and how our products are developed. 

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Our security features include:

  • NIST validated FIPS 140-2 encryption module

  • Zero Trust architecture (ZTA) compliant policy stack

  • Use of industry-standard protocols, and full regulation compliance

  • Data sovereignty and insights

  • Customizable workflows and features to ensure compliance with desired level of security

  • Deployable in private clouds

Zero Trust Security Architecture

Learn how Zero Trust (ZT) is shaping the future of data security and how to optimize your ZT environment with Pexip.

  • What is Zero Trust (ZT)?

  • How does Pexip support ZT security?

  • Who should consider ZT  security?

  • How does ZT security protect against hacks?
 


Trusted by global organizations to secure their video meetings

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Data Privacy & Control

 

Pexip is committed to upholding high standards of information security, privacy and transparency for its customers, partners and employees.

We do our utmost to make sure your data is private, protected, secure, and compliant with all relevant privacy regulations such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)/EU Regulation 2016/679.

 

Our video collaboration platform strictly follows our ISO 27001 certified information security policies and is continuously tested with technology providers including Microsoft, Google, Cisco, and Poly to ensure high-quality video conferencing between platforms.

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Compliance

 

Our Pexip Information Security Management System (ISMS) is developed and maintained according to the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 standard and is independently audited by DNV.

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What does this mean for you as a customer?

  • We have formalized internal information security best practices and implemented the practices from the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 standard. 

  • We have formalized a management review of the information security management system and its performance.

  • Our company meets the requirements of relevant regulatory, contractual, and other legal obligations.

  • We are committed to meeting regulatory compliance with international laws and demonstrate worldwide recognition of excellence by employing an international framework with specific codes of practice.

  • We are committed to proactively testing both our software solution and service to ensure they meet high security standards. We conduct both Static and Dynamic Application Security Testing (SAST/DAST), as well as active penetration testing with a certified auditor.

Security in the Pexip Infinity self-hosted solution

The Pexip Infinity self-hosted solution supports the industry standards for communication encryption for end-user devices, ensuring that communication is secure and kept private even if it crosses the internet.

  • API support for customer-developed security policy stack
  • Private deployments
  • Encrypted communication
  • Best practises security measures
  • Network and Host IDS
  • Your own TLS certificates

Security in the Pexip Service

The Pexip Service leverages the best-in-class industry standards for communication encryption for meetings and end-user devices, ensuring that communication is secure and kept private.

  • Dedicated Pexip network
  • GDPR compliant
  • Continuous service monitoring

Whitepaper: Video Conferencing & Zero Trust Security: Why Should You Care?

Learn how Zero Trust (ZT) is shaping the future of data security and how to optimize your ZT environment with Pexip.

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Whitepaper: Pexip and the NCSC's Cloud Security Principles

The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has specified 14 Cloud Security Principles (CSPs) to inform organizations how to configure, implement and operate cloud services in a secure manner. This whitepaper reflects safeguards employed by Pexip in the context of these CSPs.

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