We take security and intellectual property rights seriously at ZENSLY. We are dedicated to securing business processes from start to finish and to protecting our customers' intellectual property and data. With this in mind, we've developed a set of corporate policies and procedures that every employee must follow, including account, records, and physical security, as well as a set of corporate policies and procedures that every employee must follow. As we work for the clients, we ensure the 100% secure the concepts and details of project with high confidential.
We understand that the existence of the IP rights involved has a significant impact on the economic value of your software properties. With all this in mind, we deploy best practises as well as all legal and physical means at our disposal to safeguard your legitimate interests.
We sign a non-disclosure agreement with our customers to ensure that their confidential information is kept safe and secure. All workers must sign a confidentiality agreement and acknowledge receipt of and adherence to ZENSLY's security policies upon acceptance of jobs.
Our applications run in a distributed, multi-tenant environment. ZENSLY's proprietary and client data is distributed through a common infrastructure comprised of several homogeneous systems located across multiple geographically dispersed data centres, rather than being segregated into a single computer or group of machines.
We understand that you expect complete ownership and control over the intellectual property (IP) that your company needs to run its operations. We've put in place a legal framework that requires all staff, contractors, and third parties to sign agreements that automatically delegate all IP related matters to ZENSLY and waive all moral rights to the fullest extent allowed by law.
Disks containing customer data are subjected to a data destruction process before leaving our premises when they are retired from our systems. Registered individuals use a procedure approved by the IT security team to logically wipe the discs, which are then released to inventory for reuse and redeployment. If degaussing is not possible due to hardware failure, the discs are physically damaged.
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