Why does Hugo ask for permission to access/edit my calendar data?

Why does Hugo need calendar access?

Hugo improves meeting productivity by organizing documents and tasks based on the meetings you attend.

This makes it easy to:

  • Find past or related meeting docs
  • Prepare for meetings
  • Share meeting docs
  • Assign tasks to attendees

In order for Hugo to work, the application requires  access to your calendar

Is Hugo safe?

Yes - absolutely. Hugo is proud of our industry-leading security infrastructure. 

Here's a high-level summary of how we keep your data safe:

All Hugo services and data are hosted with Amazon Web Services (AWS) in the United States in the US West region. Amazon employs a robust physical security program with multiple certifications, including an SSAE 16 certification.

All of our servers are located within an isolated Virtual Network separated from other internal & external networks that prevent unauthorized access.

All data sent to or from Hugo is encrypted in transit and all data stored by Hugo is encrypted at rest, using 256-bit encryption. Our API and application endpoints are TLS/SSL only.

We are currently preparing for a SOC 2 compliance audit, which requires us to have implemented numerous technical, physical, and people-based security processes, including a significant disaster response and recovery plan. 

Hugo is a member of and adheres to the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework

Learn more about Hugo's security here, or contact us.
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