Security of the data shared on our platform is a priority for us. We run on industry trusted highly secure infrastructure and tools to make sure all the data is secured and reliable.
We use three highly secure software platforms whose security features are described here.
Caspio is a cloud database service provider which we use to manage public user and law enforcement related data. It is a highly trusted database service with the following security measures.
AWS Security Leadership
Caspio runs on Amazon Web Services. Named the leader in cloud security, Amazon Web Services gives the best tools available to protect your data.
Caspio database is password protected with encrypted password technology so that only authenticated users can access it. A detailed access log is available for security audit.
Service Level Agreement (SLA)
SLAs with uptime and performance guarantees are available providing additional peace of mind.
We use WordPress as the website management platform for ID Me 911 website. WordPress is a dynamic open-source content management system which is used to power millions of websites, web applications, and blogs. It currently powers more than 32% of the top 10 million websites on the Internet. WordPress’ usability, extensibility, and mature development community make it a popular and secure choice.
The WordPress Security Team
The WordPress Security Team is made up of approximately 50 experts including lead developers and security researchers — about half are employees of Automattic (makers of WordPress.com, the earliest and largest WordPress hosting platform on the web), and a number work in the web security field. The team consults with well-known and trusted security researchers and hosting companies.
Automatic Background Updates for Security Releases
The WordPress Security Team can identify, fix, and push out automated security enhancements for WordPress without the site owner needing to do anything on their end, and the security update will install automatically.
This document is an analysis and explanation of the WordPress core software development and its related security processes, as well as an examination of the inherent security built directly into the software. Decision makers evaluating WordPress as a content management system or web application framework should use this document in their analysis and decision-making, and for developers to refer to it to familiarize themselves with the security components and best practices of the software.
We use Flywheel for hosting ID Me 911 website. It is a leading WordPress hosting provider that provides managed hosting server for WordPress websites and takes care of the hosting infrastructure and security measures for the users.
Standardized software and hardware updates
Flywheel proactively monitors the Flywheel network, servers, and customer sites for malware infections, security breaches, and potential vulnerabilities. This monitoring includes nightly scans of Flywheel’s network to identify known or spot potential vulnerabilities, identifying and communicating identified vulnerabilities and/or security breaches and individual monitoring of each website operating on Flywheel’s network.
Flywheel’s hardware runs a variety of monitoring tools that may detect suspicious code, configurations, and user behavior. Their IT Specialist is responsible for installing, monitoring, and escalating any incidents that may occur to the Flywheel Security Team.
SSL included on every site
Flywheel offers free SSL certificates to the websites hosted on its platform to ensure encryption of all the data that are transferred to or from the websites.
This document is an analysis and explanation of the security-related aspects of Flywheel hosting platform.