Security at Splose
Splose is committed to keeping your data secure and private.
Proactive security measures
Data is encrypted via SSL in transit and encrypted at rest using industry-standard AES-256 encryption.
Your data will be stored in Australia in line with Government regulations for Australian users, with plans to invest in cloud storage in the UK, US and Canada for our international customers.
We create daily backups of your data, encrypt it and store it securely off-site. All data is stored redundantly at multiple AWS data centres to ensure availability.
Web hosting in secure state-of-the-art AWS data centres with restricted physical entry, data access logs, CCTV, intrusion detection and controlled entry points.
External security testing
In addition to our internal security testing, we employ third-party firms to conduct vulnerability assessments. Results are prioritised, triaged, and remediated by our development team.
User login history
Splose automatically records every login session, helping users and admins to monitor usage and identify any unusual behaviour.
Features that protect your privacy
Human error prevention
Progress notes and invoices are auto-saved, alerts prevent users from leaving pages with unsaved information and deleted files can be restored within 30 days.
Dedicated workspace URL
Every provider chooses a unique Splose workspace URL where all users log in. Your workspace URL gets used for online forms, online bookings and more.
Set up SMS verification in online bookings and prevent fake and unwanted online bookings by sending a one-time SMS code for clients to verify.
Password protection & 2FA
All users are required to create a strong password to use Splose. 2FA is available for all users and provides an extra layer of security.
Account security roles
Decide who can access certain data in your workspace by assigning account roles for practice manager, practitioner admin, practitioner, receptionist and accountant.
Change log provides an overview of the changes made, the time of changes and the user who made the changes.
Compliance with Australian-standards
Australian Privacy Principles (APP)