- All data traffic within the Skies infrastructure is safeguarded using SHA-256 encryption paired with RSA encryption.
- Low-level access to Strawberry systems is not granted to Skies hubs.
- Root context is not utilized for the execution of Skies-facing components on Strawberry systems.
- All streaming proxies that can be accessed via Skies are pre-encrypted on the Strawberry system using AES with a key length of 128 bits.
- Every asset is encrypted with a unique pair of encryption and decryption keys.
- Only encrypted content can be at rest in CDN & browser caches.
- Regional geo-blocking of caches is supported.
- All media content that can be accessed via Skies can be watermarked.
- No company or user data is ever stored on Skies hubs.
- Projective does not have access to its customer’s content unless the customer explicitly provides access.
- Robust password practices are mandatory for all Skies users.
- All passwords are stored as cryptographic hashes on the Strawberry system.
- Strawberry supports Single Sign-on (SSO) for a wide range of services via the OpenID Connect protocol. Supported services include Okta, MyID, Azure AD and many more.
Skies Hub Security
- Strawberry systems directly connect to Skies Hubs through encrypted SSH tunnels.
- Skies hubs only store the bare minimum of data that is required for their functionality.
- All data stored on Skies hubs is anonymized.
- Skies hubs don’t have a management interface.
- The Skies infrastructure is hosted across several data centers and availability zones around the world.
- Strawberry servers are always connected to all Skies Hubs in all regions, ensuring service availability even if an entire data center goes down.
- Multiple Skies hubs per geographical region ensure high availability.
- Encrypted content is served via CDNs in the requesters’ regions.
Last modified: Aug 17, 2023
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