TaxDome Security

The security of your data is very important to us at TaxDome. We employ a number of industry standards to keep your data safe and secure. They include

1 What security measures does TaxDome follow to keep client data secure?

TaxDome data centers have achieved compliance with an extensive list of AICPA security standards, including SOC 1, SOC 2, and SOC 3. Additionally, we use bank-level 256-bit SSL encryption to secure your data.

2 Data Retention

The data is stored in Amazon AWS and is backed up daily.

TaxDome stores the minimum amount of data required in order to provide our services. Customer data must be stored by TaxDome, but credit cards details are stored by PCI compliant service partners.

3 Financial Security

Credit card details are never stored by TaxDome. Credit cards are transmitted directly to our payment providers over SSL connections and are not logged or stored in Practice Ignition systems.

Customer payments are processed by Stripe, a PCI-DSS Level 1 compliant service provider.

4 Password Security

Password security is maintained through minimum passwords lengths and automatic lockout on repeated login failures.

To maximise your safety, TaxDome recommend your password be at least 10 characters with a mixture of letters, numbers and punctuation characters. We recommend that the password you use for Practice Ignition is unique and not used for any other web sites. A password manager such as 1Password or LastPass is recommended to manage your passwords.

No plain text passwords are stored at any time.

5 Physical Security

TaxDome production systems run on Amazon AWS, the world’s leading cloud computing platform. Amazon AWS security details the physical, network, system and data security it provide.

6 Vulnerability Management

Software libraries used by TaxDome are actively kept up to date. Any security fixes or patches are treated as top priority and are applied as quickly as possible — normally within 24 hours of public release.

7 Sub-Processor List

Please see our dedicated sub-processor list