- Data Security -
MOCREO takes your privacy very seriously and adopts appropriate security measures to protect against unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction of data.
MOCREO Cloud runs on AWS, with high-level data center hosting. For more compliance information, please visit AWS Security and AWS Compliance.
Principle of least privilege
We only collect the minimum information necessary to provide our service. Our professionally trained team can only access data that is required to perform their job.
All transmissions between Nodes (Display and Sensors) and Hub are encrypted with AES-128.
The connection between Hub and the cloud server is WPA2/WPA3/TLSv1.2 protected.
Decommissioning and data removal
All user data is stored on the AWS, which follows the strict deactivation policy outlined on page 8 of its security white paper: “AWS uses the techniques detailed in DoD 5220.22-M (“National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual “) or NIST 800-88 (“Guidelines for Media Sanitization”) to destroy data as part of the decommissioning process.”
Uptime and reliability
We constantly monitor our service performance and have automatic notifications to ensure rapid response for service interruptions. All code is audited and approved by engineers before deploying to production servers. We also monitor updates from the security community and immediately update our systems when vulnerabilities are discovered.
At MOCREO, protecting your personal data is our top priority. We have implemented robust and effective security measures to ensure that any personal information you share with us through MOCREO applications remains confidential and secure. Additionally, we are committed to maintaining the anonymity of our user’s data and will take all necessary steps to protect their privacy.
The entire MOCREO solution can be set up via free MOCREO Applications (App/Web Portal). Devices (IoT Hub, Node) are configured by the MOCREO Cloud service, which only runs on servers located in AWS.
All data stored in the MOCREO Cloud is completely anonymous. It does not permit any conclusion about the user’s identity and individual usage behavior. In addition, all communications between Hub, Node, Cloud, and Applications are encrypted.