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Security

Overview


We are committed to providing you with a secure online experience. We use state-of-the-art technology and follow rigorous security practices to help protect your information and your profile.  Controls that we use across our online infrastructure include:

  • Robust and multi-layered security of servers and applications.
  • Multiple layers of internal and external firewalls which protect our online environments.
  • Regular reviews of our security practices and technology updates.
  • Use of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 128-bit encryption to protect the information you send or receive from our secure site.
  • We are continuously updating our anti-virus protection. This ensures we maintain the latest in anti-virus software to detect and prevent viruses from entering our computer network systems.
  • Use of GoDaddy certification to secure private information using a GoDaddy SSL certificate that limits information exchange and to provide web site verification to the individuals.
  • Regular reviews to ensure our security and privacy policies and standards are up-to-date.
  • Automatic session terminations when extended inactivity is detected. This helps to protect your profiles if you are called away from your computer.

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Encryption


When you successfully login to The OCMX (P2P Financial Inc.) secure web site using an authentic email address and password, our web servers will establish a secure socket layer (SSL) connection with your computer.

This allows you to communicate with us privately. SSL provides 128-bit encrypted security so that sensitive information sent over the Internet during online transactions remains confidential.


Firewalls


We use a multi-layered infrastructure of firewalls to block unauthorized access by individuals or networks to our information servers.


Authentication


To protect our users, we provide a secure private web site for all our users. Users login to the site using an email address and a password. Users are required to create their own passwords, which should be kept strictly confidential so that no one else can login to their profiles.