Isolation Of Components

Protecting data against malicious users

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  • technology
  • security
Anders Ingemann, Operations Manager & Developer
Published March 16, 2021

Regardless of how well a system is maintained, 0-day exploits do exist and require additional security measures to protect against security breaches.

Surface protection

For that reason, Orbit Online reduces Orbit’s attack surfaces by requiring a user to be logged in before being able to send requests to any supporting services.

Public-facing services protection

To protect against malicious users, and attacks on the public-facing services, Orbit Online compartmentalised most of the code in Orbit. This ensures that a breach in one part of the system does not allow the attacker to fan out into the rest of the system unopposed.

Read more about Orbit Security Mechanisms & Procedures

Data encryption policy

User access to Orbit

Manage permissions in Orbit

Integration of external services

Personnel access to Orbit

Handling Security Exploits & Incidents

The integrity of the Orbit codebase

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