Here is a very useful document showing why Autodesk Cloud users should not have care about security issues.
In the new Autodesk 360 Security Datasheet, we can find a brief overview of Autodesk’s Cloud Security operations and how your data is protected. We can see also what protocols are followed, where client data is stored and how it is protected.
Autodesk has a dedicated team of cloud operations and security professionals who are experts in information, application and network security, as well as product delivery and management. Members of our cloud operations team hold CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor) or CISM (Certified Information Security Manager) certifications.
Autodesk 360 is built on industry-standard best practices for data center operations. Autodesk 360 uses 256-bit SSL encryption (industry standard) for all communication. Data centers deploy firewall products in high-availability pairs to offer protection through system redundancy.
Customers control access to their files and how long their files are stored on Autodesk 360. Previous versions are never deleted and stored in a recycle bin until a customer empties the bin to permanently delete the files. Autodesk adheres to the NIST4 guidelines for proper data destruction as part of its decommissioning procedures for Autodesk 360.
Read more in “Autodesk 360 Security Datasheet – Work Securely in the cloud.“