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Read more about security options for the individual conference room displays, such as event-related privacy options and screen settings to prevent tampering with the device.Learn more about device security →
The Teem admin dashboard allows you to control your data via detailed user permission settings, so you can limit access to the right people or groups. The Teem platform also supports Google Single Sign-On, multifactor authentication and SAML.Learn More About Setting Up Groups and Permissions →
The Teem servers ingest calendar data for display on the conference room iPads. We accept data from Google, Office 365 and most flavors of Exchange. You can choose between impersonation or delegate access for permissions for your Exchange integration.Learn more about our integrations →
All sensitive data is encrypted before transmission and while at rest.
Teem securely gathers information about calendars (unique identifier, color, name, access control status), events (unique ID, title, description, location, recurring, time/date visibility, all day) and attendees (name, email address).
To help ensure the safety of the data, regular security assessments are conducted. This includes internal and external vulnerability assessment and penetration testing
Teem has a dedicated CISSP staff member. We follow security best practices for incident response management procedures and user access control. We utilize safe password management and multifactor authentication, and enforce rigorous security measures.
This just scratches the surface of our security policies. If you’d like more details, we’re happy to provide them. Just contact us with your specific questions or requirements.Contact Us to Learn More About Security →
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