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Overview

Welcome to JupiterOne's Trust Center. Our trusted platform is built by embedding security throughout the software development and delivery lifecycle. We follow rigorous operational security practices such as penetration testing, vulnerability assessments and strong internal access controls. We believe transparency is the key to winning trust — we publicly share how we operate, and work closely with our customers and partners to address their security needs. Our commitment to data privacy and security is embedded in every part of our business. Use this Trust Center to learn about our security posture and request access to our security documentation.

Risk Profile

Data Access LevelInternal
Impact LevelModerate
Third Party DependenceNo
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Documents

Network Diagram
Other Reports
Pentest Report
Security Whitepaper
SOC 2 Report
Vulnerability Assessment Report
CAIQ
SBOM
Access Control Policy
Software Development Lifecycle
Vulnerability Management Policy

Product Security Features

Audit Logging
Data Security
Integrations
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Reports

Network Diagram
Other Reports
Pentest Report
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Data Security

Access Monitoring
Backups Enabled
Data Restoration
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App Security

Responsible Disclosure
Bot Detection
Code Analysis
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Infrastructure

Amazon Web Services
Separate Production Environment

Endpoint Security

Endpoint Detection & Response
Mobile Device Management

Corporate Security

Employee Training
Incident Response
Internal SSO

Policies

Acceptable Use Policy
Access Control Policy
Software Development Lifecycle
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Security Grades

Qualys SSL Labs
JupiterOne Home Page
A+
JupiterOne Application
A+
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Trust Center Updates

JupiterOne's Response to the 2022 OpenSSL 3 Vulnerabilities

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After careful review of our infrastructure and SBOM, the JupiterOne team has determined that we are not currently vulnerable to the OpenSSL 3 vulnerabilities (CVE-2022-3602 and CVE-2022-3786) that were disclosed on November 1, 2022. We are continuing to search our environment for potential exposure and will update this page to reflect our latest findings.

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