What about Ondoku's security? Detailed answers such as servers
July 14, 2021
Ondoku requires you to enter the text you want to read when creating a voice.
Isn't the entered content misused? Is it safe?
It is natural to be worried. In particular, it may contain confidential information within the company, so it is natural to be careful.
What about Ondoku's security?
This time, I will introduce the security of Ondoku in detail.
Security issues that are of concern when using the service. What about Ondoku's security?
- Is the text you enter stored on the server?
- Which server does Ondoku use?
- Is the account only for me?
- Are you worried that the stored data will be seen by a third party?
- Have you received external certification for security measures?
- Is the communication encrypted properly?
- Is Ondoku a SaaS service?
- What about confidentiality?
I will answer each one carefully.
Is the text you enter stored on the server?
The text you enter is stored on Ondoku's server.
The storage period varies depending on the member's plan.
- Non-member: 1 day
- Free membership: 30 days
- Paid member: Until the member deletes the history by himself
It will be stored.
Ondoku's server for storage uses Google Cloud.
For free members and paid members, we also have a deletion function that allows you to delete data from Ondoku's server by deleting the reading history from the history.
* The number of characters that can be read aloud does not increase even if the history is deleted.
Which server does Ondoku use?
Ondoku uses Google Cloud Platform (Tokyo region).
The location is Tokyo.
Is the account only for me?
The account is
- email address
Each is ruggedly stored.
We recommend that you do not use weak passwords, passwords used on other sites, or passwords that may be lost, but use strong passwords.
What is a strong password?
- Ideally, you should set it to 8 characters or more to create a strong password.
- To make it even stronger, it is recommended to set at least 14 characters.
- For strong passwords, it is recommended to combine uppercase letters [Uppercase Letters], lowercase letters [Lowercase Letters], numbers [Numbers], and symbols [Symbols].
Please keep each information in a safe place by yourself.
Are you worried that the stored data will be seen by a third party?
The text and voice read out are stored on a server with a strong security system and can be viewed only by the logged-in user.
Have you received external certification for security measures?
There is no such thing as a privacy mark.
Is the communication encrypted properly?
In this service, all pages are encrypted with SSL / TLS, so third parties cannot check the contents.
Is Ondoku a SaaS service?
Yes, Ondoku is a SaaS service.
What is SaaS
It is an abbreviation that stands for "Software as a Service" and is read as "Sirth".
This refers to the form in which software that was previously provided as a packaged product is provided and used as a service via the Internet.
The features of SaaS are as follows.
Data can be stored on the internet
Multiple people who can access data on any device, such as PCs, smartphones, and tablets, can share the same data and edit it.
Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) and Salesforce are typical examples of SaaS services.
You can use it from anywhere as long as you are connected to the Internet.
What about confidentiality?
Confidentiality is detailed in the Terms of Service.
Article 16: Please check confidentiality.
In addition, the data can be used as statistical data for improving voice technology and research and development, such as being used by a limited number of employees within our company to check errors and voice accuracy. I have.
However, we will not open the text entered or the content of the created voice to the public, or pass the data to a third party.
Also supports entry of information on security etc.
When using the service at a company, depending on the company, you may not be able to use the service without filling in the information on a security check sheet.
In such a case, if you contact us by inquiries, we will also support you to fill out the sheet after promising a paid plan contract.
Sheets have different formats depending on the company, and the contents to be filled in are also different.
We kindly ask for your cooperation, such as by presenting an example of entry as much as possible.
Before making inquiries, please check the frequently asked questions and the notation based on the Special Commercial Transactions Law.
Frequently asked questions are summarized in the questions that users often care about.
- How to use
- About audio file download
- About payment method
- About corporate use
Is answered in a question-and-answer format. Most questions can be answered with frequently asked questions.
In addition, the blog provides detailed information on Ondoku. We also regularly deliver update information and the latest Ondoku development.
Operator information is written in the notation based on the Special Commercial Transactions Law.
Please use all means.
"Ondoku" is a Text-to-Speech service that anyone can use for free without installation.