Kaltura not only adheres to the industry’s best practices for security, we are in the vanguard for driving greater industry standards. We believe in protecting our clients’ data, collaborating with other leading companies, and building a more open, standardized video ecosystem.
The ISO/IEC 27001:2013 is an international standard specifying the requirements for an information security management system within an organization. It is the most widely accepted certification available regarding physical and information security to ensure business continuity. ISO 27799:2008 specifically applies to information security management in healthcare. These certifications attest to Kaltura’s ability to manage sensitive information across all industries.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Data & Tools
Corporate Governance and Business Ethics
Kaltura upholds high ethical standards in our business practices. It is Kaltura’s policy to comply with all applicable anti-corruption laws and regulations in all jurisdictions where we do business. Please see Kaltura’s Anti-Corruption Compliance Policy for more details. In addition, Kaltura is committed to ensuring that slavery and human-trafficking are not taking place in any part of our supply chain, consistent with the U.K. Modern Slavery Act. Please see Kaltura’s Modern Slavery Act Statement for more details.
A Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a self-disclosing document evaluating how accessible products are according to the Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 regulations. It is the leading global reporting format for accessibility evaluations. Kaltura’s VPAT was prepared by noted accessibility firm Level Access.
This VPAT Version 2.1 covers Kaltura MediaSpace and Applications (KAF integrations) 5.69.x, Kaltura Video Editing Tools 2.22.1, and Kaltura Media Player 2.71.x, including the IVQ (Interactive Video Quiz) component. This means that the core MediaSpace platform and its integrations with LMSs and other platforms, as well as the Kaltura players, comply with accessibility guidelines such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 for Level A and AA and Section 508.