Facteon Security Policy
- Facteon safeguards information according to established security standards and procedures, and we continually assess new technology for protecting information. Our associates are trained to understand and comply with these information security standards and procedures as well as a code of ethics that requires the confidential treatment of customer information.
Protecting information properly is a shared responsibility.
- Internet Security.
- In a very short period of time the Internet has changed the landscape of the world's economy. By the year 2005, it is estimated that one-fifth of the world's population (1 billion people) will have access to the Internet. North America will represent 30% of that figure underscoring the massive growth of this technology's impact on the way people and companies do business. When you sign-on to the World Wide Web, you have truly opened the universe of information and communications to you. With all the benefits derived from using the Internet for business and personal use, there are some inherent risks. Sending sensitive information such as your social security number, credit card information or other personal data over the internet can be dangerous if you can not validate the reputation of the company you are doing business with and communicate over a "secure" means of transmission.
Before sending private information on the Internet make sure you are using a "secured" connection.
- Secured Transmissions.
- Facteon uses Secured Socket Layer (SSL) encryption for customer online transactions. Encryption is a communications process that scrambles private information to prevent unauthorized access as information is being transmitted between your browser and Facteon.
- CONTACTING THE WEB SITE
- If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, you can contact: (Eric Benson, Facteon, Inc., 1090 Northchase Parkway, Suite 100, Marietta, GA 30067).