Security


Flatter Files takes the security of your data very seriously. All communication between the clients and server are done using SSL connections. All of your data is stored and processed using Google infrastructure located in the same data centers that run Google’s world class web services.

The least secure part of any company service is the individual username and password for each user account. Thus, it is very important that users use unique passwords and do not share their passwords with others. As an account administrator, you can also turn on two-step authentication for your account. This will greatly improve the security of your account since each user must authenticate each new device by inputing a random code at the time of login. Existing devices must be authenticated every 30 days after the initial login. Once two-step authentication is enabled, the administrator can also view all of the devices that have been authenticated for each user as well as revoke the authentication at any point.