How secure is DocHub to use?

Every document you upload to DocHub and all of your personal information is completely safe, secure, and private. DocHub is encrypted end-to-end, and files are stored in AWS (Amazon Web Services) using encrypted S3 storage. The details of the SSL encryption can be seen by clicking the green lock icon in your browser when visiting DocHub, so you don't need to worry about your data being accessed or intercepted by anyone. For more information about DocHub security and privacy, you can click the links below: 

3rd Party Security Assessments

In order for DocHub to use Google API Services for Sign in with Google and accessing a user's Google Drive and Gmail via their restricted scopes, we are required to undergo a security assessment periodically which has been completed by Bishop Fox, an authorized Google-empaneled third-party party assessor. 


Document Privacy

All of your documents are set to private by default which means only you can view them while logged in with your DocHub account, and for more information about who can see the documents you upload, you can view this article:

​Who can see the documents I upload?


If you have any other questions or concerns, feel free to contact us. We provide email support 7 days a week and are available for anything you need. 

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