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DataPipe Security

DataPipe provides a layer of security and data access permissions in addition to what you set up in your operating system, network and database. It won’t override any restrictions that you’ve set up at these primary levels. DataPipe requires a username and password for any user logging on to the system, and may be customized on a per-user and per-form basis as to what data access is allowed. The system administrator (SA) or database administrator (DBA) can fine-tune very specifically who can see and do what in their DataPipe system.

The use of Active Directory, LDAP and other security signon protocols

LDAP, which stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, is a protocol that e-mail and other types of programs use to identify and look up information from a server. Any organization can use LDAP to organize and quickly look up data. Learn more about LDAP.

 Defining Database “Views”

Unlimited numbers of “views” for single users or user-groups can be defined in your database. These user-specific views are basically sub-sets of the “master” database tables. For example, one may want to limit a user or user-group to seeing data from a single plant, even though information from all plants is in the master database. You can control and limit data access for every user on every form in the system, if desired. Database views provide an added level of security without a lot of complicated database partitioning.

HIPAA Compliance

Learn more about DataPipe and HIPAA compliance.

The Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act of 2002

Learn more about DataPipe and Sox.

Multi-User Security

  • Built-in security features safeguard data files, while controlling and monitoring employee access.
  • Integrated system security includes record-level locking, date stamping and database validation tools.
  • User level security permissions restrict access, limit add, edit and delete functions and vary the available menus.
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DataPipe In Depth - Overview

Features and Benefits

Intelligent Interface-Ease of Use


Reporting Capabilities

Organizational Structure

Clients and Industries

Frequently Asked Questions

The DataPipe Modules

Environment & Waste Mgmt

Occupational Health & Medical

Safety & Industrial Hygiene

The Core Module & Other Misc.

Technological Overview

System Requirements


Web vs. Windows

In-House vs. ASP

Screen Shots

Downloads and Documentation


Register for an Online EHS Software DEMO

Access our system and see DataPipe live as we move through various forms and reports.

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