Details the security methods, encryption, and certifications used by Anaplan.
You can control how users access Anaplan data through standard web-based login and single sign-on. The logout and timeout behaviors ensure users know they've successfully logged out and ensure Anaplan isn't left idle and unattended for too long.
Data in Anaplan is encrypted with one of these methods, and depends on the status of the data:
- Data in transit uses HTTPS with 2048-bit certificates. Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 is the minimum version that Anaplan supports, and TLS 1.3 is the maximum supported version.
- The session key length is negotiated by the user's browser, which uses the strongest available encryption.
- Data at rest uses AES-256 full-disk encryption.
These security and privacy-related frameworks, audits, and certifications apply to Anaplan:
- Service Organization Control (SOC) reports
- TRUSTe Privacy Seal
- EU – US Privacy Shield
- Cloud Security Alliance STAR
See our Privacy Shield status on the Privacy Shield Framework website .
Anaplan only supports browsers that use the RFC-6455 WebSocket protocol. If your browser does not support this protocol, some features of Anaplan might be limited. See the Browser Support page for further details.