Data Security

Here, we’ll walk you through some of the most important data security steps we take to prevent data security threats.

1.We choose SSL encryption. SSL encryption secures the information transferred between your web browser and our web server.

We always make sure that your checkout process is encrypted with SSL. This gives our Site the “HTTPS” status instead of “HTTP,” and displays a green lock icon in your web browser URL field making it much harder for hackers and cybercriminals to obtain your personal information like credit card numbers

2.We collect customer information selectively (and never store it onsite). We rely on a secure third-party for your data storage. When it comes to processing credit cards, we use an encrypted checkout tunnel to eliminate the need for our own servers to ever see your credit card data.

3.We use a malware scanner regularly (and get automatic alerts accordingly)by setting up automatic notifications on our website to alert you of any suspicious activity. Even simple additions, like using CAPTCHA, help us quickly distinguish between authentic and illegitimate users  who might be trying to take advantage of our website.

4.We proactively monitor the website activity by using real-time user activity visualization. We look for a security monitoring tool that will scan our website at least once daily for suspicious activity that offers daily scans for threats including malware, DDoS, cross-site scripting and others.

Some handful of security measures that you can adopt to reduce your exposure to all the threats.

  1. Try to create complex passwords. We know you’ve heard it before; still creating strong, unique passwords for the account is the best way to keep your personal and financial information safe. Try using a password manager to help you store and create strong passwords for the account.
  2. Boost your network security.  Make sure that your internet connection is secure.
  3. Use a firewall. Even if your network is completely secured, we recommend you to still use a firewall.
  4. Click smart. Now that you are smart enough to adopt tech measures into place, make sure that you never invite danger by careless clicking. Always be wary of offers that sound too good to be true, and we don't ask for too much information. 
  5. Always be a selective sharer. Just be extra cautious about what you share, particularly when it comes to your personal information. This can potentially be used to impersonate you or crack your passwords and logins. 

      6.Try to  practice safe surfing & shopping. When shopping online, alway make           sure that the website’s address starts with “https”, instead of just “http”,                 and has a padlock icon in the required URL field.