The facility has been designed to provide the highest level of security, including protection against fire, flood and earthquake, and has a full power backup. If you have any questions or concerns about the safety of your data with FunctionFox, please contact us at email@example.com.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a high-security protocol used for securing communications on the web. It provides a cryptographic key that allows browsers to encrypt information. It also provides a measure of proof that our server can decrypt any information that was encrypted using the key in the certificate.
The network maintenance and support uses both custom software and NT auditing to monitor server traffic and record all logins, login attempts, and server access.
No. FunctionFox does not view, analyze, share or otherwise access the proprietary data entered by any of its customers.
No employee of FunctionFox is able to access customer information without the customer's express permission. Occasionally, a customer may allow access to proprietary information in order to resolve a support or technical difficulty.
Only customer service representatives and technicians are able to access customer information once permission has been received from the customer.
FunctionFox uses secure servers located off site, to which only our technicians have access.
Passwords are changed regularly to prevent unauthorized access by anyone to information stored by FunctionFox for its customers.
Customers are encouraged to change their passwords and usernames on a regular basis.
The data storage facility has been designed to provide the highest level of security; protection against fire, flood and earthquake; and has full power backup.
Data is backed up at regular intervals throughout the day. Daily restore procedures ensure the integrity of the backups.
If you have any questions or concerns about the safety of your data with FunctionFox, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.