ACES180 & Athletic Progress System ("APS") is committed to resolving security vulnerabilities quickly and carefully. Such resolutions may lead to the release of a Security Advisory and/or any needed application update for our customers. In order to protect our customers and their data, we request that vulnerabilities be responsibly and confidentially reported to us so that we may investigate and respond. Vulnerabilities should not be announced until we have developed and comprehensively tested an application update and made it available to licensed customers.
ACES180 & APS software applications are complex. They run on diverse hardware and software configurations. All software modifications require thorough analysis, as well as development and implementation. The software must also undergo localization, accessibility, and testing appropriate to its scope, complexity and severity. Given the critical importance of our application to our customers, ACES180 & APS must ensure that they run correctly not only in our testing offices and servers, but also in customer environments. ACES180 & APS cannot provide application updates according to a set timeline, but we are committed to working on any issues as soon as they become available to the scope of the application.
Malicious parties often exploit software vulnerabilities by reverse engineering published security advisories and product updates. All updates and patches to our server or servers are done as they become available.
*A comprehensive document describing in detail the security installed, implemented and tested throughout the ACES180 application will be provided upon request only. This document is for internal use only and distribution is limited to those involved in the process of determining the viability of the application for use.
*ALL documents are to be maintained as confidential.
Changes in Policy
ACES180 & APS is committed to improving its security policy and as such, may update or amend this policy at any time with or without notice to you.