Posted on: April 14, 2014in Blog
Heartbleed Bug | Note to D4 Customers
Dear D4 Customers,
A new security bug being called “Heartbleed” that compromises websites has been discovered this week. This bug affects an open-source program called OpenSSL, which is used by many companies to secure their web sites. D4 does not have any systems that utilize this program and D4 systems are not affected or vulnerable to exploits of this bug.
D4 takes its clients' security very seriously. Our systems are scanned regularly and rigorously for bugs and vulnerabilities. As soon as the Heartbleed bug was disclosed, D4 took action and scanned its systems to be certain none of our systems are vulnerable to this security threat. Our scan results confirmed that no D4 systems are vulnerable.
The D4 data center and systems hosted by D4 have passed an SSAE 16 attestation. This means we have a rigorous and thorough set of security, availability, and process controls that meet or exceed industry standard security practices, and have been verified to the satisfaction of our external auditors. We do this to keep our customers’ data safe and secure.
D4 is committed to the security and satisfaction of our clients. Please contact email@example.com should you have any questions or concerns.
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