LeanLaw is committed to your law firm data security

LeanLaw works to keep your data secure

Where Your Data Lives

In QuickBooks Online

In QuickBooks, you have the protection of Intuit, monitored 24/7, VeriSign™ Secured, the leading sockets layer (SSL) Certificate Authority.

With password-protected login, firewall protected servers and the same encryption technology (128 bit SSL) used by the world’s top banks, Intuit has the security elements in place to give you peace of mind.

Where Your Data Lives

In LeanLaw

In LeanLaw, we use Microsoft Azure which implements a layered, defense-in-depth strategy across identity, data, hosts, and networks. Azure has more compliance certifications than any other cloud provider. Microsoft provides enterprise-level security and peak-level encryption.

Keep in mind that LeanLaw is a plug-in to QuickBooks Online. This means that the majority of your data would permanently reside in QuickBooks Online and their server architecture.

Data Encription

All data is encrypted “in motion” when transferred between LeanLaw’s systems and other systems including the user’s browser and third-party systems such as QuickBooks Online. The encryption is done with standard web encryption (HTTPS/TLS).

LeanLaw also encrypts sensitive data “at rest” including user credentials such as passwords and credentials for accessing QuickBooks online accounts using AES-256 encryption. Payment information is not stored or known to LeanLaw but managed by Stripe, a third-party payment provider.

2 factor authentication

Two-Factor Authentication

When authenticating in LeanLaw, you do have the option of credentialing via a Google, Intuit or Office365 account. With all three of those entities, you can use two-factor authentication. We don’t offer that option for users who choose to use a LeanLaw username and password.

Intuit Audit

Intuit provides an annual security validation for all QuickBooks apps, including LeanLaw.

For more on where LeanLaw stores and encrypts your data, please visit our FAQ page.