Unlike commercial applications, DMI Secure Track's application data is encrypted at rest and in transit to the US Government's FIPS 140-2 standard and the Admin Console is hosted in DMI's FedRAMP* compliant facility. Access to the Admin Console requires enrollment and registers a single computer's browser to ensure it can't be logged into from any other location, even if the login and password are compromised. Device access also requires enrollment and registers with a single mobile device to ensure it can't be logged into from any other device even if the login and password are known.
DMI Secure Track is designed for safety and protects PII. All location data older than 72 hours not associated with an active emergency is automatically deleted, protecting user privacy and ensuring sensitive operational activities cannot be retrieved. Users have the ability to turn off location services and would still be able to send and receive alerts as well as communicate via the messaging function during a declared emergency or SOS situation.
- View Alerts
- Send 'SOS' and 'All is Well' Messages
- Provide constant location information (regardless of emergency status)
- Secure communication to the server from both web portal and mobile applications
- Location and personal data transferred will meet USG security requirements NIST FIPS 140-2 validated transport
- Secure two-way messaging