Mati is responsible for the security of User Information stored, processed or transmitted by Mati pursuant to its ToS, observing the principles of:
We implement reasonable security measures to protect the security of your information, and we are committed to the protection of end-user personal information, as well as that of our clients:
Mati is moving towards a Trust-No-One security standard. All traffic, anywhere in the network, is subject to segmentation, authentication, and verification. According to the Zero Trust model:
All resources should be accessed in a secure way regardless of location or user;
No user receives access to all information. Strictly enforce access to information on a need-to-know basis;
All traffic going into or out of the system is inspected and logged in order to catch malicious traffic;
Our Security committee meet every fifteen days to to discuss security issues, changes that might affect security, and review current security measures. Existing risks, threats and possible vulnerabilities are discussed in the meetings, and controls are applied in order to mitigate such risks. Remaining risks are summarized and reported to the Backend Team, or other Mati teams if necessary, immediately.
Access restrictions are implemented throughout the company.
Mati is currently undergoing the Standard Operational Controls or “SOC 2” certification process.
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