IT security brief
Kahoot! is the world’s leading game-based learning platform. Companies of all sizes use our platform to boost engagement and learning outcomes in everything from training and events to presentations and meetings.
Organizations use Kahoot!’s best-in-class features to create a culture of continuous learning. Through interactive question types, collaboration tools, and powerful reports, L&D professionals are able to build an engaging, organization-wide learning experience that boosts training outcomes and simplifies knowledge sharing.
What’s more, thanks to enhanced user management tools, it’s never been easier and more secure for IT admins to roll out Kahoot! across an organization.
Security for enterprises
Kahoot! uses end-to-end, industry-standard encryption in transit to end-users and internally between data centers and internal/external services. Data is always encrypted at rest.
We use multiple backup strategies for various parts of the platform. Backups are always encrypted and stored at a different site. Backups are kept for up to six months.
Our public certificates are obtained from an acknowledged certification authority, and we support TLS 1.2 or higher. What’s more, the Kahoot! platform is SOC2 Type 2 compliant. We also run continuous penetration tests with an external party. A yearly report is available for enterprise customers.
You do not need to download anything to use Kahoot!, as it is a stand-alone website with no inbound connections. No installs, plugins, and integrations with internal systems are required to use Kahoot!. Optional integrations with Microsoft Teams and Zoom are available.
The Kahoot! platform is accessed from kahoot.com, while participants with no account can join games at kahoot.it. For an enhanced user experience, we recommend downloading the Kahoot! app on iOS or Android.
Kahoot! follows a number of policies to implement a safe and secure experience for users of all ages and to comply with relevant rules and regulations. Policies are reviewed on an annual basis to ensure they are kept up to date, and changes are approved by senior management.