Your research is your life’s work. We know that. That’s why protecting your content on SciSpace is our first priority. We use physical, procedural and technical safeguards to preserve the integrity and security of your information.
SciSpace was born as a result of a researcher’s frustration in using existing tools to communicate research effectively. So from the beginning, the product was built with security in mind, with researchers in mind. We have built security features to ensure that only you have access to your content. Learn more
SciSpace retains your documents till you delete them.
Given the nature of SciSpace and our mission to help researchers build effective research papers, we built SciSpace from the beginning with data security in mind. SciSpace production data is processed and stored within world-renowned data centers, which use state-of-the-art multilayer access, alerting, and auditing measures, including:
Protecting your research content on SciSpace is our first priority.
SciSpace uses physical, procedural and technical safeguards to preserve the integrity and security of your information.
We regularly back up your data to prevent data loss and aid in recovery.
Additionally, we host data in secure SSAE 16 / SOC1 certified data centers, implement firewalls and access restrictions on our servers to better protect your information.
Your content can be accessed by only you at any point of time.
No, we DO NOT access or publish your articles
Your research is your life's work and we will do everything to protect that. We do not publish your articles or use your data/content in any way.
Our mission is to help you communicate your knowledge in the best possible way. SciSpace is a platform to write research and only you can access your documents at any point of time.
No, SciSpace does not use your data or content in anyway.
SciSpace is an editor built for research. Our mission is to provide researchers powerful tools to communicate your research effectively. At any point of time only you will be able to access your articles on the platform.
If you think you may have found a security vulnerability within SciSpace, please get in touch with our security team at email@example.com