Tddium Security Practices and Policies

Github’s recent announcement (and impressively prompt fix) of a vulnerability in their public key management system has brought questions of security and the vulnerability of frameworks like Rails to the forefront of the discussion among technologists.

Tddium has been committed to security from day one.  We, like Github, ask our users to trust us with their important IP, and we take that trust with the utmost seriousness.

We have conducted a full audit of our applications that use Rails, and found that none are susceptible to the ActiveRecord mass-assignment attack.

Our security policy captures more of our philosophy and describes specific practices we follow to ensure that our system is worthy of your trust.

Don’t hesitate to contact us at info at tddium dot com or support at tddium dot com if you have any questions.

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