Digits is built with multiple layers of advanced security to protect your financial data.
Instead of asking for and storing your corporate account credentials, Digits uses revocable tokens to access your data via secure APIs. We also secure our system-to-system communication using TLS, a cryptographic security protocol designed for privacy and data security.
Digits will never modify your data in QuickBooks or other bookkeeping software. Your financial data is accessed read-only, to analyze patterns on your behalf and provide you with unique operating insights.
We’ve designed our infrastructure with the utmost care. Digits’ stack builds security through progressive layers that deliver true defense in depth.
Data stored in USA
Encryption at all layers
Best-in-class security practices
Built for compliance with major standards
Digits’ architecture leverages the latest container technology to maximize data security.
Digits’ web application is secured with HTTPS, which uses TLS and certificates to ensure that your data is encrypted when transmitted between our services.
Digits automatically encrypts your data at rest to prevent unauthorized access.
We have taken extreme care in designing our encryption systems to protect your most sensitive data. Any financial reports you upload to Digits are uniquely secured for your organization using per-secret, authenticated envelope encryption.
Digits encrypts multiple layers of keys and secrets using AES-256, HMAC and other industry standards that safeguard millions of applications around the world. Our system regularly rotates our Key Encryption Keys and Data Encryption Keys to keep your data safe.
The Digits engineering team has years of experience designing, building, and operating technical systems at scale for global companies, including:
We plan to continue hardening our systems with security technologies such as quantum-safe encryption and other cutting-edge methodologies as they emerge.
Our engineers have built and shipped secure software at massive scale:
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