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Overview

At Torq, we understand the challenges facing front-line security teams, who are often overwhelmed as the number of security events continues to rise within increasingly complex environments.

Our platform helps front-line teams and CISOs by delivering lightweight, modern security automation that is easily integrated with their existing tools set, and flexible enough to seamlessly scale as organizations’ needs change.

Welcome to Torq's Security Trust Center. Built with a security mindset from the foundation up, Torq platform and its operations comply with the industry-leading standards. Our operations are monitored continuously to ensure that all controls are enforced at all times.

Use this portal to learn about our security posture and request full access to our security documentation.

Email us at security@torq.io if you have any additional questions not answered by this Portal.

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Documents

Network Diagram
Pentest Report
GDPR
ISO 27001
SOC 2
CAIQ
Cyber Insurance
Service-Level Agreement
Subprocessors
BC/DR
Employee Training
Access Control Policy
Backup Policy
Encryption Policy
General Incident Response Policy
Information Security Policy
Password Policy
Risk Management Policy
Software Development Lifecycle
Vulnerability Management Policy
Data and secrets safety, privacy and security
Employee Security handbook - Security and Privacy
Security architecture policy
Torq Code of Business Conduct and Ethics
Torq data retention archive and destruction policy
Torq Employee Hiring and Termination Process
Torq working from home Policy

Risk Profile

Data Access LevelInternal
Recovery Time Objective12 hours
Recovery Point Objective24-48 hours
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Product Security

Audit Logging
Data Security
Integrations
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Reports

Network Diagram
Other Reports
Pentest Report
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Self-Assessments

CAIQ

Data Security

Access Monitoring
Backups Enabled
Data Erasure
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App Security

Responsible Disclosure
Code Analysis
Credential Management
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Data Privacy

Cookies
Data Breach Notifications
Employee Privacy Training

Access Control

Data Access
Logging
Password Security

Infrastructure

Anti-DDoS
BC/DR
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Endpoint Security

Disk Encryption
DNS Filtering
Endpoint Detection & Response
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Network Security

Firewall
Security Information and Event Management
Spoofing Protection
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Corporate Security

Asset Management Practices
Email Protection
Employee Training
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Policies

Access Control Policy
Backup Policy
Encryption Policy
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Security Grades

Qualys SSL Labs
Commercial website
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Torq application
A+

Trust Center Updates

Torq internal response to Leaky Vessels (CVE-2024-21626, CVE-2024-23651, CVE-2024-23652 and CVE-2024-23653)

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Torq has conducted a thorough investigation of the four recently identified vulnerabilities (CVE-2024-21626, CVE-2024-23651, CVE-2024-23652,CVE-2024-23653) dubbed "Leaky Vessels", and we have not found any indication of compromise.

Torq utilizes open-source, IaC, Container AppRisk, SAST and SCA tooling as part of our standard practices to detect vulnerabilities within its SDLC. During scan results, a CVE-2024-21626 RunC false positives results were detected. The runC library is indirectly included as part of the docker client that is added to specific Torq workloads. This is a false positive case as Torq do not use WORKDIR within its Dockerfile.

Torq is working, however, to update the indirect version to remove the false positives showing up on the scans.

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Sub processors changes

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Torq has started engaging with LearnUpon for its Learning management platform (Replacing Eduflow). Torq has started engaging with Zendesk for its Customer support platform (Replacing Jira Service-Desk).

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Onboarding a new sub processor - WP Engine

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Torq has started engaging with WP Engine (https://wpengine.com/) as hosting for its commercial website (torq.io). Additional information can be found in the Torq Sub-processor Due Diligence paper.

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SOC 2 + HIPAA for February 1, 2022, to January 31, 2023

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Recent SOC 2 + HIPAA report is available

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Recent SOC 2 + HIPAA report is available

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Onboarding a new sub processor - Eduflow

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Torq has started engaging with Eduflow (LMS). Additional information can be found in the Torq Sub-processor Due Diligence paper.

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Offboarding a sub processor - Zendesk

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Torq is no longer using Zendesk. All offboarding steps were taken and completed.

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Recent CircleCI and Lastpass breaches

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Torq is actively evaluating the impact of recent breaches of LastPass and CircleCI on our operations and wanted to provide our customers and prospects an update on what we are doing to assess any potential impact on Torq or our customers.

LastPass

Torq does not use LastPass. We use another industry-leading password manager.

CircleCI

Torq is a CircleCI customer, and this breach could impact any CircleCI customer, including Torq.

By the time we were notified of the CircleCI breach (Jan 4th), we'd enrolled our incident response plan to measure and investigate any potential impact. This included an immediate secrets and credentials rotation, logs investigation, and a few teams efforts.

read here how we utilized our own tool for that.

After a few hours of challenging and accurate work, we closed the incident after making sure there weren't any risks left on Torq.

Torq is continuously monitoring and following closely on industry incidents.

Questions? security@torq.io

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Offboarding a sub processor - Hootsuite

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Torq is no longer using Hootsuite. All offboarding steps were taken and completed.

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Torq response to OpenSSL 3 Vulnerability

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After reviewing our infrastructure and SBOM, torq has determined that we are not currently vulnerable to OpenSSL 3 vulnerabilities CVE-2022-3602 and CVE-2022-3786 which were disclosed on November 1, 2022.

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