Security & Reliability
We take the security of your data and the reliability of access very seriously
The security and reliability of access to your data is core to everything we do. You are trusting us with valuable data and we take that responsibility very seriously. This page will give you information about how we protect your data and provide reassurance that you will always get access to it whenever and wherever you need.
breatheHR is a trading name of Centurion Management Systems Ltd, a UK company that has been implementing HR systems for over 18 years.Find out more
We are registered with the Information Commissioners Office and guarantee that your employee data never leaves the EU.View our registration
Uptime and performance
Its important that you can access your HR data when and wherever you need. Our servers are configured to provide an exceptionally high level of reliability and redundancy.
We’ve set up status.breathehr.com with a 3rd party monitoring company so that you see for yourself.
How we protect your data
Our systems are configured to provide your data with an extremely high level of protection. This document gives a layman’s description of how we do that.Behind the cloud
Credit card information
We do not hold or process any credit card information on our servers. From the very first moment that you enter your credit card details they are managed and protected by one of the most trusted credit card processors in the industry, Realex Payments.Realex Security Statement
Terms & Conditions
Every breatheHR account operates under the same Terms & Conditions. We try to keep the legals to a minimum but its important to get them right so that you know how things stand.Read T&Cs
We retain a CISSPs and CREST accredited security company to test our systems for security weaknesses. This uses the same techniques as real attackers so we can be sure your data is safe
Our latest audit in 2015 found “There were no opportunities for an attacker without credentials to access the authenticated area of the breatheHR application”. Which in layman’s terms mean they couldn’t get in without knowing the password.