Physical Security
Updated over a week ago

The systems and infrastructure used by Ballpark to provide its service are cloud-based, hosted on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). GCP’s data centres are state of the art, utilising innovative architectural and engineering approaches.

Google designs and builds its own data centres, which incorporate multiple layers of physical security protections. Access to these data centres is limited to only a very small fraction of Google employees. They use multiple physical security layers to protect their data centre floors and use technologies like biometric identification, metal detection, cameras, vehicle barriers, and laser-based intrusion detection systems.

Ballpark also controls access to its physical office locations which are only accessible to Ballpark employees via strict door code access and on premise security mechanisms. These include video surveillance, on premise alarms, 24 hour security services and office lockdown outside of business hours.

Additional Information

Further detailed information can be found in our Security Policy.

Revision History

Author: Kelsey Traher, COO

Date of change: Jul 2022

Summary of changes: Initial version published.

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