We take security very seriously. QuickConfirm provides the highest form of security on multiple levels.
4096-Bit SSL Encryption
Information captured by QuickConfirm is encrypted using the full 4096-bit SSL, known as Secure Socket Layer encryption technology. Our web servers' software is kept up to date with the latest stable releases, service packs, and security patches. 4096-bit encryption provides a very high-level method of securing data on the Internet.
Internal Systems Encryption
QuickConfirm employs multiple levels of encryption with multiple encryption algorithms on and between internal systems to ensure your data is kept secure and inaccessible to unauthorized users.
QuickConfirm protects your computer and your account information by using Digital Certificates for authentication. One form of a digital certificate is a randomly generated set of characters that our computer sends to your browser. The browser on your computer stores this information and uses it to verify that the Internet address is actually QuickConfirm and not someone masquerading as QuickConfirm. A Digital Certificate can be used in the same way a passport or driver's license is used as a means to establish identity.
Another very effective element used to protect the data within our system is through the use of redundant firewalls, the network connectivity architecture that separates the public pages from the database records themselves. Our established firewalls are designed to block unauthorized access while at the same time permitting authorized communications.
Visitors coming to our site access only our Web pages. Only authorized and authenticated users can access data.
Login and Password Feature - QuickConfirm requires that you enter a unique password to login to our secured pages. Our system authenticates all passwords to verify that you are who you say you are before you access your account information.
QuickConfirm provides user id/password authentication over SSL and single sign-on options, such as SAML.
Additionally, QuickConfirm tracks the number of login attempts made by any user. After a number of incorrect password attempts, online access is disabled. Access to your account will then need to be re-established by responding to security questions established by each unique user or by calling our customer support line.
Session Time out
We also include session time out functionality. If your session remains idle for a given time, it is ended automatically. This is done to protect your account from unauthorized access if your computer is left unattended or you have not logged off.
Relational Database Management
DBMS provides complete audit of all transactions and provides, fast, accurate restores should that be necessary.
Cloud based backup and restore supporting a robust disaster recovery as well as a fast accurate recovery process.
FIPS 199 NIST SP 800-88 for media sanitization and life cycle security.