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Safe & Secure:

Primadesk uses 256-bit encryption security. Our practices are monitored and verified by VeriSign. We also use HTTPS for online communications. Apart from monitoring by Symantec our servers are also protected by security measures taken by Amazon EC2. You can find out more at Amazon's Web Services. We use firewalls and other security technologies as appropriate.
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Primadesk - Data Security

Data Security:

It is important to note that we DO NOT STORE any of your content on our servers, unless you choose to backup your content. We only show you a virtual view of your content and the content actually resides in the appropriate services (google, facebook etc.,). If your accounts are indexed then we store only the index and a small amount of contextual data.

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We value your Privacy and Security:

At Primadesk we're passionate about making Internet-based applications secure, easier to use, and manage. The core team was the driving force behind the development of Zone Alarm®, the award winning firewall now in use by more than 80 million users, which made the Internet safer to use for consumers and enterprises. We value your privacy and security and we will do our best to protect them.

 

Security Technology:

  • Primadesk always transmits personal information securely.This prevents potential hackers from "tapping" a data conversation.

  • Your login credentials are encrypted.

  • Our servers are housed in a secure facility protected by Amazon EC2.

  • We use Firewalls and other appropriate technologies to protect our servers.

  • Primadesk has received the VeriSign security seal.

  • We use secondary authentication to provide higher level of protection from password thieves.
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What can you do to safe guard information?

 

Protect your computer's security

  • Keep your computer and browser software current with security updates.

  • Install and update anti-virus and anti-spyware software and use personal firewalls to protect your computer.

  • Be alert to the threats posed by malware--(malicious software) which can damage or disrupt your system, or secretly record information such as keystrokes.

  • Change your password periodically and avoid using passwords for Primadesk that you commonly use for other purposes; and

  • For more information on how to protect your personal computer, including links to vendors providing anti-virus and anti-spyware software, you can visit the Federal Trade Commission's computer security site. Microsoft Corporation provides additional information specific to the Windows operating system at microsoft.com/security. Users of Apple computers can find security information at apple.com/support/security.
 

Using your computer in a safe manner

  • Do not share your Login ID and password with anyone.

  • Check to make sure you are interacting with a secure Web site, as above.

  • Always log off after completing your activities on Primadesk.com.

  • Be careful about using third-party computers or computers that you are not familiar with such as those in Internet cafes and be careful to ensure you have fully logged out.
 

Preventing fraud

  • Do not provide personal or financial information in response to an email request or by clicking on a link, unless you are able to verify the authenticity of the site to which you are taken through the SSL padlock or other means.

  • Do not enter personal information into a form within an email message or a pop-up.;

  • Do not open an email if you do not recognize the sender and be particularly cautious of any attachments to emails from unrecognized sources.
 

You can protect yourself against phishing

  • Phishing is the illegal attempt to mislead consumers into providing personal or financial information, including account numbers, passwords and Social Security numbers, via email or through fraudulent Web sites.

  • The most frequent phishing attacks occur through emails disguised to appear as though they came from a reputable financial institution or company.

  • Most phishing attempts urge you to update or validate your account information, typically through a link in an email directing you to a fake Web site that appears to be legitimate.
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A phishing attack can be detected

While there are many phishing attacks active on the Internet, there are some typical characteristics:

  • An email contains an "urgent" tone requesting your immediate action on an account-related matter.

  • An email is sent from a user falsely claiming to be a legitimate company with an attachment. An unsolicited email attachment more than likely contains a virus. Do not open it.

  • A pop-up window appears from a user falsely claiming to be a legitimate company's Web site asking for personal information.

  • Additional information can be found at www.antiphishing.org or www.consumer.gov/idtheft