Security Policy πŸ”‘

Security is important, and you can't practice these guidelines without understanding them. Make sure you understand each guideline, why it exists, and how to follow it.

Failing to follow these guidelines will likely put you, your team, and our customers at risk of compromise or loss of privacy. Ask a teammate if you don't understand something!

Passwords MeetEdgar is an online company, and so passwords are the only protection we have from bad people getting in! It's vital that all of our passwords for all services that we use are impossible to guess. πŸ”“Use 1Password to store your passwords and/or to share with the team πŸ”“The randomly generated password must be at least 8 characters long and have all character types allowed (since you're using 1Password, so you should never have to actually type this password in). πŸ”“Use 1Password to generate a unique password for every account you have (don't use the same password twice!)

Social Media Policy **πŸ“±

Your personal social media accounts are your own, to express your own opinions. However, everything you post online can affect the public image of our company. Be mindful of that. Absolutely no racist, sexist, or homophobic behavior will be tolerated on your personal social media accounts, just as it isn't tolerated in our company.

If you are using a personal account to act as a representative of our brand, use careful judgment. If you post something on Facebook or Twitter specifically about your role in our company, ask yourself if what you're going to say is something we would share on our official accounts. ****

Code of Conduct & Workplace Behavior πŸšͺ

You’re expected to behave in a way that ensures efficient business operations and protects the safety and well-being of everyone we do business with -- including other employees, independent contractors, partners, colleagues, clients, users/customers, and participants in our online communities.

We reserve the right to determine the appropriate level of disciplinary action for disruptive and/or inappropriate conduct. Disciplinary action can include written or verbal warnings, suspension with or without pay, and job termination. Each situation will be dealt with on an individual basis.

Examples of behavior that may result in disciplinary action, including termination, are: