NetSuite provides API and Custom Attribute encryption as well as token-based application authentications, such as identification, in order for data to be encoded with industry-standard protocol and cipher suite.
Going even further for data security, NetSuite blocks its database. In other words, there is no direct access to the main base, only the application. NetSuite data security has taken it to another level by implementing a three-tiered level between user data and the Cloud application. The digital infrastructure is so powerful it includes hash encryption of sensitive CC data, opt-in access for services and support, as well as real-time replication between its numerous data centers. Only designated users have access.
Now while NetSuite is a Cloud platform and can literally be accessed anywhere, anytime, that doesn’t mean anyone. Depending on who needs access and their location, NetSuite can easily be configured to specific locations and computers, ensuring only those who need access will have it.
To further this protection, NetSuite data security is reinforced by strict permissions and granular roles, including pre-role authentication requirements. More specifically, user IP restrictions can be enabled to only recognize addresses that you’ve set up, which suppresses unwanted intrusions. Are your users only based in North America? You can set up these restrictions and prevent anyone with an IP outside of North America access to your account.
As mentioned above, NetSuite enables a full transaction and audit of logins, tracking all those who enter and exit your digital warehouse. From this basis, data security is even safer through a two-factor authentication process, which boosts your security even more.