What you can expect from Workplace
We've designed the system so the information you share in one is not shared in the other.
In addition, information you share in Workplace will not be used to target advertising in your personal Facebook account.
The Workplace hosting practices are regularly audited by independent third-party auditors. An industry standard SOC3 report is available below, with a more detailed SOC2 report available upon request.
Workplace is hosted on Facebook's highly available, globally distributed infrastructure, and is engineered with a target recovery time objective (RTO) of zero, and a target recovery point objective (RPO) of zero.
Workplace is designed in collaboration with our security experts. The security of the service is regularly evaluated and tested. Examples of these activities include full source code reviews, penetration tests, and security audits by an independent third-party. We happily share these reports and results upon request.
You can modify, delete, or export your data at any time. Our industry standard APIs are provided to allow for content export. The API documentation can be found here. If we receive a request for your data from a third party, we will always attempt to redirect the request to you.
Learn more about our commitment to security and how we handle privacy, including our certification under the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework.Read the FAQs
In 2015 the independent body Ernst and Young LLP compiled a report on Workplace's (Facebook at Work) security and confidentiality. They concluded that our platform is protected against unauthorized access, use or modification and protects confidential material within the design.
Ernst and Young's full report is available below.
Our investment into the security measures we observe is documented in detail in our security white paper. Please take a moment to have a look through it.View White Paper
As Facebook works to make the world and workplace more connected, it is clear that our collective security depends heavily on one another. That's why Facebook invests considerable resources into making sure that not only Facebook is secure, but that the rest of the Internet is too.
In 2015, Facebook released ThreatExchange, an online sharing platform for security threat information. Bitly, Dropbox, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter and Yahoo are among the companies that have joined.
Facebook built Osquery, a popular open-source tool that makes it easier for security teams to monitor their operating systems for suspicious behaviour and threats.
Facebook brings together a range of security experts in a series of day-long conferences designed to share the latest in security technology and ideas for future innovations and collaborations.
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