The information below discusses the policies and procedures Customer.io has in place when dealing with Customer data.
Customer.io uses 128-bit SSL encryption for all authenticated sessions. This means that data sent to the Customer.io API as well as data retrieved through the Customer.io management interface is protected.
Data stored in your Customer.io account is only available to you. Each request to retrieve data from Customer.io must be authenticated. Furthermore, requests are restricted to the currently logged-in account. Requests made to the Customer.io internal API require a logged in account and will not return successfully otherwise.
When you purchase a paid Customer.io subscription, your credit card data is not transmitted through nor stored on our systems. Instead, we depend on Stripe, a company dedicated to this task. Stripe is certified to PCI Service Provider Level 1, the most stringent level of certification available. Stripe’s security information is available online.
Access to our servers is restricted to infrastructure engineers and maintenance staff. This access is granted through a unique key that can be revoked if necessary.
Customer.io employees cannot access your account, workspaces, or the data you store in Customer.io—your people, messages, etc—unless you grant them access under Settings > Account Settings > Privacy & Data. You might grant us access to help you troubleshoot issues, etc. Enabling the Support Team Access or Customer Success Team Access (for Premium customers) settings grants authorized Customer.io personnel access to your account. You can disable this setting to revoke access at any time.
|Access Setting||Max Time||Grants|
|Support Team Access||180 days||Read-only access to members of the Technical Support team—and people operating in a Technical Support capacity—while providing support.|
|Customer Success Team Access||180 days or indefinitely||Read and write access for your Primary CSM. Other CSMs have read-only access|
If you see a hole in security or an area that we can improve, send us an email to email@example.com. We’ll work with you to make sure we understand the issue and address it. We consider security correspondence and vulnerabilities our highest priorities and will work to address any issues that arise ASAP.