Data security is taken seriously by our team.
How Does Our Nonprofit Protect Your Data And The Software Platform?
Donor related assets
In general, the Federal government is the only entity capable of receiving access to your information stored within and donated to a nonprofit.
Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Bonta, the Supreme Court upheld a basic truth of the First Amendment: Americans have a right to anonymously support charities and nonprofits.
“THE CHIEF JUSTICE delivered the opinion of the Court with respect to all but Part II–B–1, concluding that California’s disclosure requirement is facially invalid because it burdens donors’ First Amendment rights and is not narrowly tailored to an important government interest.”page 2 paragraph two
Best Life is your personal data dashboard by LLIF. We make big data work for you by providing insights to help you make better decisions, organized based on who you are and what you want out of life. This data visualization software allows you to track your health, finances, professional, family planning, allergy and asthma triggers, epilepsy, addictions, and more.
We make it easy to manage your online reputation, search your purchases, progress toward achieving personal goals, monitor your health and wellness efforts, and see the factors in your life that may be leading you to success.
The LLIF software is built for individuals to use and benefit from big data technology. Secured by state-of-the-art SIEM systems, and backed by the sharpest minds in technology today – your data and privacy will rest safely here.
Built upon a strong, secure, and safe foundation
Businesses track software data breaches using a technology called SIEM. Security information and event management (SIEM) offer real-time monitoring and analysis of events as well as tracking and logging of security data for compliance or auditing purposes.
The main function of a SIEM system is to aggregate and correlate log data, mostly from other security systems such as firewalls and intrusion prevention systems. Rules are set up to generate alerts when certain conditions are met. Security teams can then take action based on the alerts.
Being rule-based, the system also needs to be configured and tuned to get the most urgent alerts to the top priority level and to reduce false positives. Properly configuring SIEM rules takes a lot of planning based on an in-depth knowledge of the environments being monitored.
Having founders and advisors from industry leaders Cisco, zScaler, Facebook, Yahoo, and other big names, our software infrastructure was fundamentally secured before even considering the first line of code. Each user and their information in the LLIF platform are protected under an educated, rule-based security system and backed back the sharpest minds willing to break down big data barriers with us.
So who do we partner with?
Our SIEM provider is Theom.ai
We are proud to say that our team has worked with life-long colleagues of our founder to provide our nonprofit data platform the latest SIEM technology available today.