As a security company, we take our users privacy very seriously, and have taken measure to make sure all personal identifiable information is stored safely and securely in our cloud. When you enter sensitive information (such as a credit card, social security number or login credentials) as part of the enrollment process, we encrypt the transmission of that information using secure socket layer technology (SSL). And when we transmit PII back to the user's device (indicating that some information of theirs was breached) we mask any sensitive PII so that even if the client's device was compromised, this data would not be leaked.
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- What is breach report?
- How do I delete my personal information I've provided for Identity Protection?
- What personal information is generally taken when a breach occurs?
- What is a breach?
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