Technical features

Digital Preservation

 
Digital preservation is the series of management policies and activities necessary to ensure the enduring usability, authenticity, discoverability, and accessibility of content over the very long-term. The key goals of digital preservation include:

Usability—the intellectual content of the item must remain usable via the delivery mechanism of current technology
Authenticity—the provenance of the content must be proven and the content an authentic replica of the original
Discoverability—the content must have logical bibliographic metadata so that it can be found by end users through time
Accessibility—the content must be available for use to the appropriate community

Secure Storage--We pay special attention to ensure that Journal files are secure while backing up and when stored on our servers. Journal Repository (JR) deploys military-grade encryption to protect data. This includes AES 256-bit encryption, at rest and in transit, as well as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) endpoints. All Journal files are stored on Amazon Web Services data centers which have multiple system security and data protection certifications as described below:

Highly secure, 24x7 staffed data centers utilize state-of-the art electronic Surveillance and multi-factor access control systems.

Complete firewall solution.
Standard Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) mitigation strategies.
Data redundancy through multiple geographic regions.
Data Protection certified, including SOC1, SOC2, SOC3, and ISO-27001.

Data protection: in transit and at rest

All the files that are fetched then stored are encrypted with Military Grade AES 256 bit encryption.
Data is accessible only via SSL encrypted endpoints.
Secure FTP (SFTP) option available to all users and partners
Public key authentication is an option for website backups.
Data Protection certified, including SOC1, SOC2, SOC3, and ISO-27001.