CircleHD Security Features

CircleHD is a video platform built to protect your information and intellectual properties

Security and Governance

CircleHD also ensures all customer data is encrypted and accessed securely. Enterprise Single Sign-on (SAML) works with your existing Login system securely and seamlessly, also provides out of the box support for Okta, OneLogin, Microsoft Azure Active Directory and many other providers.

  • Channel level permission

    Control who can upload and who can access videos from individual channels.

  • User Management

    User management enables admins to control user access and on-board and off-board users to your site

  • Permission Control

    Ensuring that users have access to just the features they need.

  • Auditing

    Every change is logged and audited, to provide you a trail and peace of mind when things change.

  • IP Restriction

    IP restriction settings are used to limit or give access to which IPs can access your Portal

  • Download control

    Control which videos can be downloaded and not

  • Two factor authentication

    Two Factor Authentication, is an extra layer of security that requires not only a password and username but also something that the user has on them.

  • SAML2 based SSO

    Our new integrations with SAML providers OneLogin, Auth0, and Okta are the best way to deliver seamless, auditable, and secure identity management for all your CircleHD users

  • SCIM for user profile control

    CircleHD supports SCIM protocol that reduces the cost and complexity of user management through a standardized service.

  • IP RestrictionWhitelisting for Video embedding

    You can control which domains are allowed to embed videos from CircleHD portal

  • No IE or Flash

    We only support modern browsers IE 11 and up to deliver flash free HTML5 videos. That mean we don't have to create hacks upon hacks to support anicient browsers that aren't supported by vendors

  • SSL

    CircleHD portal is only accessible over SSL. Unsecured HTTP requests are redirected to secure URL. Starting Feb 1, 2018, only TLS 1.2 or newer encryption protocol is supported.