Wrike Security Overview
Last update: June, 2023. Wrike, Inc.
The Wrike Lock add-on for Wrike’s Enterprise plan adds an additional layer of security by encrypting the encryption keys for Wrike workspace data (including tasks, folders, projects, workflows, and comments) and Wrike attachments with a master Customer-Managed Key (CMK), which is stored in Amazon Web Services’ Key Management Service (AWS KMS). By using AWS KMS, the master encryption key is fully owned and controlled by the customer and stored outside of Wrike, and access to Wrike data can be monitored or revoked by the customer only. The diagram demonstrates this.
Enterprise Grade Security
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