Data Protection and Security

Data Protection and Security

Data Protection According to European Law

At metr, data security and data protection are of the utmost importance. All building data is encrypted using state-of-the-art technology and is subject to provisions for data protection according to European law.

Permanent Safety from Data Acquisition to Storage

Digitising buildings is made possible by the data they provide. This data requires permanent protection and security during collection, transmission and storage.

In the development of our building management platform and the applications, system security and data protection are our top priorities. We protect, encrypt and secure your data using state-of-the-art technology. This begins with secure transmission and extends to persistent storage on servers in Germany.

We ensure this through the following measures, among others:

  • Targeted protection of our devices (firewalls, automated updates, certificates and individual passwords)
  • Use of encrypted data transmission by SSL / TLS
  • Encryption of data carriers
  • Separation at the system level between the meter and sensor values, and in addition personal data
  • User authentication according to current standards
  • Redundant storage of all data
  • Continuous monitoring of the data streams (intrusion detection)
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Do you have any questions or would you like to take the next step towards digitalisation?

Please feel free to send us a message using the contact form below or send us an e-mail at contact@metr.systems.
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Do you have any questions or would you like to take the next step towards digitalisation?

Please feel free to send us a message using the contact form below or send us an e-mail at contact@metr.systems.
We will get back to you as soon as possible.

By completing and submitting the form you confirm that you have read our privacy policy, cookie policy and disclaimer.