Sovablu is an enterprise-focused no-code platform that empowers businesses to rapidly create, deploy, and manage applications without writing a single line of code. To protect our users and their data, we employ a Shared Responsibility Model, which leverages the robust security capabilities of AWS Cloud while also taking into account the unique security requirements of a no-code platform like Sovablu.
By understanding this model, you can ensure that your applications are secure and compliant with industry standards.
The core premise of this model is that the responsibility to ensure security is shared between the Cloud service provider (in this case AWS), the Sovablu platform and the end-user or customer.
Sovablu has been built with security at it’s core and provides all the tools and information necessary to build secure applications on the platform. However, our customers are ultimately responsible for ensuring that they properly secure the applications they create. This involves implementing best practices in areas such as data protection, access control, application security, monitoring and logging, and compliance.
Sovablu is responsible for ensuring security at the platform level and we are able to deliver enterprise-grade security by implementing various measures across our development, deployment, management and monitoring processes. Our platform is tested against global security standards to make sure that customers can develop applications on the platform with complete peace of mind.
The Cloud service provider (in this case AWS) is responsible for protecting the infrastructure that runs all of the services offered in the AWS Cloud. This infrastructure is composed of the hardware, software, networking, and facilities that run AWS Cloud services.
Adopting the Shared Responsibility Model offers several advantages to enterprises using the Sovablu platform: