Peace of mind is at the heart of everything we do. Learn about the ways FidSafe® secures the documents you store with us.

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When you log in to FidSafe®

We make it easy to access your FidSafe when you need it, but take important steps to verify your identity first.

Two-factor authentication

When you access your account, we ask you to provide more than just a username and password. This can be a unique code sent to your
US-based mobile device, or one or more personal security questions that you know the answer to.

Password requirements

To make your password harder for a stranger to guess, we have strict minimum strength requirements.

Login protection

Accounts that exhibit too many unsuccessful or incorrect login attempts are automatically blocked until issues are resolved.

Activity logs

There's a log of all your account activity in your account settings, so you can keep tabs on it and contact us if anything looks out of the ordinary.

When you upload copies of your documents

We protect them with procedures and electronic security measures similar to some of the world's biggest banks and financial institutions.

End to end encryption

From the second you send data from your computer to our servers, while it's stored, and when it's accessed within FidSafe, it's encrypted using 256-bit AES encryption.

  • One of the highest levels of encryption, 256-bit AES is approved by the NSA and US Department of Commerce.
  • The encryption keys that unscramble your data are generated, stored, and protected by FidSafe.

24/7 on-site security

Data centers are protected by round the clock security with strict access requirements, secured sensitive areas, and ID requirements.

Disaster prevention and recovery

Encrypted data is backed up on multiple servers in multiple data centers, so there's no protection interruptions or data loss in the event of fire or power outages.