CFO Online Security
How CFO-Online Protects You
At CFO-Online, safeguarding the privacy and security of our customers’ data is job one. Since our inception, we have been continually innovating and implementing the most advanced technologies and techniques to ensure the safety and privacy of our customers’ information. We deeply value the trust you place in us and we are committed to providing you a safe and secure experience.
This means we never stop working to improve and strengthen how we protect your information. Our team of security experts continuously monitors CFO-Online products and services across all platforms, from desktop to the cloud. We work hard in order to identify and stay one step ahead of any emerging threats.
- All of our web pages are protected by SSL encryption, backed by DNSSEC and TLSA.
- All sensitive data, such as Credit Card numbers and passwords, is only stored or transmitted in encrypted format.
- We have workers whose purpose is to run a safeguarding program, monitoring and adjusting the program as circumstances change.
- We continually perform internal risk assessments to determine and address potential risks.
- We perform external security audits for critical financial applications.
- We secure our facilities, our network, and our servers.
- If we transmit financial information, we encrypt it and transmit it securely.
- We prepare for disasters to enable timely and secure recovery.
- We install virus protection on all relevant servers.
- We continually scan our network for vulnerabilities and remediate against any we might find.
- We run back-ups to a secure off-site location.
- We have an incident response plan in place should it be needed and test it on regular basis to ensure we are ready to act.
- We perform thorough checks on workers at hiring.
- We remove individuals’ access credentials to systems and facilities when workers leave.
- We only allow authorized individuals access to information when it is critical to complete tasks for you.
- We provide training on security and privacy to all workers at hire. Workers take the security and privacy training annually thereafter.
You also have a part in protecting your information.
- When you visit our web site be sure that your web browser confirms connection to our site by valid DNSSEC, TLSA and SSL indications.
- Create a strong password. Those that aren't hard to guess or are common words – can be easily cracked. Strong passwords are VERY important.
- Anti-virus software protects your computer from viruses that can destroy your data, slow down or crash your computer, or allow spammers to send e-mail through your account.
- Use anti-spyware software. Spyware can monitor your online activities and collect personal information while you surf the Web.
- Ensure your security settings in your system and browser are set at medium or higher.
- Remember that public hot spots may not be secure. Avoid accessing or sending sensitive personal information over a public wireless network.