AngelBox is an encrypted cloud tunnel for all your cameras. No open ports to the internet are left behind.
Use your existing online identities and sign-in easily and securely, even using built-in two factor authentication including Apple Face ID, Touch ID and more.
If you want us to record your video, we will store it in Amazon S3 cloud infrastructure with SSL protection.
“We know the content we are working with can be very sensitive. No matter whether it’s a presence, a location, live or recorded audio and video, we treat it the same as working with our own families' content.
I and many of the Angelcam team have their homes connected to the platform, so we really eat our own dog food.”
In plain English. We believe that people are smart. Some people want to share more than others. Ask them. Let them know precisely what we are going to do with their data. (Here we are inspired by Steve Jobs)
Customer privacy and data security are fundamental drivers and decision-makers for building all Angelcam services. In Angelcam we are aware that security is a never-ending continuous process and we’re consistently working on its improvements. Below you can find key security concepts implemented in our infrastructure, applications, and policies.
All Angelcam data are stored in Amazon Web Services in regions the US or Europe, based on user location when connecting camera. Video recordings are stored in encrypted form.
All our applications and API endpoints are secured with TLS. The connection between cameras and Angelcam cloud is secured with TLS in case the camera is connected using Angelcam Connector or connected via AngelBox. Angelcam Connector is an open-source project hosted on Github.
All payments to Angelcam are processed via our payment processor FastSpring. More information about Fastpring security and compliance.
Our applications have built-in protection against too many attempts to log into your account.
All outages or security incidents are reported at https://status.angelcam.com/ Customers can subscribe to notifications.
Every Angelcam component is monitored and any abnormal behavior is automatically escalated to Pager Duty for Incident Management. All logs are aggregated and analyzed in Loggly. In-depth service performance is monitored with New Relic and code-level errors are handled by Sentry. The availability of our services is monitored by StatusCake from multiple regions. All hosts and networking performance is thoroughly monitored via Zabbix. Prometheus gathers data from containers and services. Time series data are visualized in Grafana’s Dashboard for a quick overview. For AWS resources CloudWatch and CloudTrail are utilized for capturing any strange behavior.
Beside legal requirements when Angelcam may be required to provide a data to a government institutions, access to customer data is limited to authorized employees who require it for their job. Video from cameras can be viewed by an employee only with the explicit consent of the customer. Any access to the customer’s video stream by an employee is logged and can be audited.