Strengthen the security of your data

All PARSEC features are developed maintaining a high level of security, even in a public cloud.

Confidentiality of the data

PARSEC relies on a proven data protection technology, the "Zero-Knowledge", which ensures the confidentiality of documents shared within a workspace, vis-à-vis any cloud provider, administrative authority or other organizations that would like to own your files.

The encryption keys are strictly personal and are known only to the user, his workstation becomes the only trusted entity.

With PARSEC, you alone have control over shared information regardless of where the data is stored.

Data Integrity

Each content stored in PARSEC has a unique fingerprint, which can detect any changes.

The Terminal's private key signs all the operations performed on a workspace.

All data displayed is previously verified in integrity.

When shared, multiple users may want to change the same data at the same time.

As a user, you alone decide on document access and sharing permissions with other users.

In such a situation, PARSEC guarantees data consistency by automatically detecting and resolving write conflicts.

Traceability and Historization

Parsec offers the ability to list all versions of a particular file, and restore the contents to a previous version.

Also no encrypted block can be destroyed by a basic user. It is therefore possible to rewind the action and causes at any date of its choice.

There is no need to manage the history of versions that is now in the background, PARSEC allows you to follow the evolution of your files and their sources.

Authenticity and not repudiation

User / password authentication is built into PARSEC by default. This is done on the one hand via the network with the metadata server, and on the other hand, locally, by deciphering the security keys.

The software includes an alert about the possible weakness of the password by relying on a password complexity check library.

The PARSEC solution also guarantees non-repudiation for workstations shared between multiple users, provided that the PARSEC session of each user is closed after use.