Wasabi is secure by default and all data stored in the Wasabi cloud is always encrypted at rest (even if the requesting party doesn’t specify encryption). Wasabi follows industry-best security models and security design practices. Examples of Wasabi security features include:
- Buckets are only accessible to the bucket and object creators
- Wasabi supports user authentication to control access to data.
- Access control mechanisms such as bucket policies and Access Control Lists (ACLs) can be used to selectively grant permissions to users and groups of users
- HTTPS is supported for the secure upload/download of data
More info on Wasabi and security can be found here.