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eclincher Security and Protection Structure

At eclincher, we prioritize the security and protection of our users' data. While we are unable to disclose our complete security process due to company policies, we assure you that we have robust data security protocols in place.

As part of our security measures, we rely on Amazon Web Services (AWS), which provides us with premium support and 24/7 expert assistance for any outage or security issues.

The eclincher infrastructure operates on Amazon AWS and leverages the following AWS security services:

Amazon AWS Security Hub (Center for Internet Security)

The Center for Internet Security establishes security benchmarks that websites must meet to pass security protocols. They define security rules for the inbound and outbound communication of your website.

To review the security benchmarks of Amazon Web Services, please visit the following link:
Amazon Web Services Security Benchmarks

AWS Foundational Security Best Practices v1.0.0

The AWS Foundational Security Best Practices standard includes automated security checks that identify instances where AWS accounts and deployed resources do not align with security best practices. This standard is defined by AWS security experts and helps enhance your security posture by covering AWS's foundational services.

To learn more about AWS Foundational Security Best Practices, please visit:
AWS Foundational Security Best Practices

AWS GuardDuty

GuardDuty acts as a firewall, focusing on active attacks. It allows potential threats to pass through and then analyzes the account to determine preventive measures.

To learn more about AWS GuardDuty, please visit:
AWS GuardDuty


The AWS WAF Security Automations solution is a web application firewall that safeguards your web applications from common exploits that compromise security, application availability, access, or resource utilization. It grants you control over which traffic to allow or block for your web applications.

To learn more about AWS WAF, please visit:

AWS Trusted Advisor

AWS Trusted Advisor offers a range of features for customizing recommendations and proactively monitoring your AWS resources.

To learn more about AWS Trusted Advisor, please visit:
AWS Trusted Advisor

AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) enables you to provision a logically isolated section of the AWS Cloud, allowing you to launch AWS resources in a virtual network defined by you.

Amazon VPC ensures private services with no physical access, as everything is securely stored in the cloud. Data remains inaccessible without proper authentication.

To learn more about AWS Virtual Private Cloud, please visit:
AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

GDPR Compliance

We are fully compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and you can find detailed information in our privacy policy and GDPR compliance page.

eclincher acts as a data processor for user-generated content. Our users have control over the content they connect to, generate, and share.

We do not utilize or sell your personal data and information for advertising purposes.

If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Support Team, available 24/7 to assist you.

Thank you,
The eclincher Support Team

Updated on: 26/05/2023

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