EventConnect Security Policy
E-Commerce Security Policy
Revised: September 1st, 2021
The information you provide to EventConnect during registration process is protected in transit by using a network protocol called Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). SSL is the industry standard technology for secure online transactions. A simple way to know your transmission is protected is by referencing the URL. If it starts with https:// you can be assured that it is using SSL. Transactions are processed only from secure browsers. These browsers encrypt the information sent using SSL, which scrambles the data to make it extremely difficult for anyone who intercepts the information to read it.
Transmissions from this vendor to credit card processors are encrypted and sent via dedicated leased private circuits. In addition, the computers housing the data are protected by physical security measures, including more than one level of locked access. All information provided during the application process or payment process (including, but not limited to, your name, address, email, phone number and credit card), is not shared, sold or rented to any outside parties.
To minimize the risk of loss and/or additional expenses that could occur from compromised cardholder information, EventConnect will not retain any of the following information electronically: credit card expiration date or security code (CVV2 number).
The protection of your personal information is important to EventConnect, and as a result, we do not accept payment via email. EventConnect protects against unauthorized disclosures by limiting access only to those of our employees who need the information to do their jobs. EventConnect's E-Commerce Security Policy is compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/).