ClearSlide Security

Secure, Reliable, & Scalable

Companies that trust ClearSlide:

The Economist
NBC Universal
Group Based Security Permissions

Security & Compliance

ClearSlide’s security process and controls are verified annually against certifying frameworks. Security and confidentially controls are certified and audited to be SOC 2 compliant. Privacy standards and practices are certified by TRUSTe. And ClearSlide is certified for EU-U.S. Privacy Shield and Swiss-US Privacy Shield.

Data & Infrastructure Security

ClearSlide ensures the confidentiality of customer content in transit and at rest with TLS and AES 256 encryption. ClearSlide only uses data centers which are also SOC2 compliant, assuring customer content and information is secure and accessible.

Advanced Passwords
Protected Platform

Centralized Control Over Information

Customer administrators can manage access and control of the ClearSlide platform, select features, and the organization’s content at either the organization, group, or user level. Admins can determine feature permissions and content access through robust Group Based Permissions. Admins have flexibility to define groups based on their specific requirements and set appropriate content and feature access to meet regulatory and compliance needs.

Operational & Procedural Safeguards

ClearSlide has made investments in tools, processes and infrastructure to keep customer data confidential and secure. ClearSlide regularly reviews and tests its Disaster Recovery Plan to ensure it adheres to the latest industry standards and best practices.

Security Testing
Sales Enablement Security & Privacy

European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation

Trust is the cornerstone of our relationships with clients, individuals, and the public. When you provide information to us, you expect that we will keep that information secure and comply with applicable data protection laws and regulations. We take this responsibility very seriously and are continuously evolving our Privacy Program to address the privacy laws around the world, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which takes effect on May 25, 2018.