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Artillery is SOC 2 Type I certified. A copy of our SOC 2 report is available upon request. Please get in touch via email@example.com to request a copy.
Artillery.io uses a software development process centered around continuous integration, deployment and verification, with security effort applied throughout the development and release cycle.
We use a number of security best-practices to ensure security in our development and deployment processes:
MFA and single sign-on is used and enforced across all services we use and depend on
We use CI (and CD where appropriate), with protected main/deployment branches
Static security analysis and scanning of application and infrastructure code, libraries and other dependencies with automated alerting
Centralized logging for auditing and alerting
Infrastructure as code with all infrasttructure & configuration changes going through CICD
AWS best practices: Assume Role for access to AWS resources, with CloudTrail logs for auditing. AWS Audit Manager and Security Hub for continuous verification of our configuration against industry standards:
- AWS Foundational Security Best Practices v1.0.0
- CIS AWS Foundations Benchmark v1.2.0
We are actively working on expanding the list of security benchmarks for our systems.
We use an MDM solution for endpoint security on all employee and contractor devices
All customer and user data is stored and processed by third-party suppliers (see Vendor Security), subject to industry-standard security & compliance processes
Questions? Please contact us with your inquiry.
Security of Artillery when running in a customer's cloud environment is of utmost importance to us. Explicit design and architectural decisions have been taken to minimize risks and introduce no additional attack surface, such as:
- No inbound connections from the outside are possible to any Artillery components deployed in a customer's cloud environment
- No changes to firewall, security group, or WAF configurations are required to deploy and use Artillery
- Artillery uses industry-standard mechanisms (e.g. AWS CloudFormation on AWS), with deployment mechanism and configuration being auditable
- Artillery components running in a customer's cloud environment use IAM roles with access rules based on least privilege principles, and strictly scoped to only access the resources/sub-resources required for Artillery's functionality
Artillery is a self-hosted product which means that by design Artillery employees or contractors have no access to the following (but not limited to) user data:
- IP addresses or hostnames of systems being tested, whether internal or external
- Geographical location of those systems
- Any static or dynamic data used by the tests, such as usernames, API keys, passwords, names, etc
- Test scripts and definitions themselves, including any YAML/JSON files and custom JS code
- Any other test metadata and configuration
- Any other personally identifiable information (PII)
Artillery.io production and development infrastructure is hosted in Cloud Service Provider (CSP) environments. Physical and environmental security related controls for Artillery.io servers, which includes buildings, lock, and key security, are managed by those CSPs. See Vendor Security for more details.
Transport level security for network access is enforced for all services Artillery.io depends on (internal and external). Users are authenticated by way of a central identity provider with use of single sign-on and multi-factor authentication (including the use of physical MFA tokens where possible).
Artillery.io leverages a number of third-party applications & services to support the delivery of our products to customers.
Some of our key subprocessors are listed below. If you'd like a copy of the full vendor list, please contact us to request a copy.
|Type of Service
|Amazon Web Services, Inc
|Google LLC (G Suite)
|Email and office applications
|Circle Internet Services, Inc
|Continuous integration services
|Monitoring, logging and analytics
|Mailgun Technologies, Inc
|Email and office applications
|Slack Technologies, Inc
|Notion Labs, Inc