Users on Mio can send files through public and private channels to synced users.
To keep those files secure and protect all other messages sent through synced channels, we follow a series of strict regulatory and compliance measures, including:
- Classifying and prioritizing data: We classify and prioritize your data to ensure that we're providing the highest tier of security to all online conversations at a granular level.
- Avoiding storage of data: If we can prevent the persistent or temporary storage of data, we will do so. You will still be able to search through channel histories for information—this data simply won't be stored by the Mio team.
- Data encryption at rest and transit: All data passing through the Mio system will use the AES-256 encryption and TLS 1.2 encryption protocols by default.
- Authorizing access: We do not store plain text passwords or other credentials on our systems when your users log on to send or receive messages/ files.
Mio is SOC-2 Type II certified and is committed to keeping your data secure. To learn more about security at Mio, check out our white papers: