Our software has never been breached and we have never lost any customer data. We invest heavily to protect your sensitive information against unauthorized access and system failures, ensuring your data is guarded to the highest level, and we recognize that security is an ongoing process, not a singular event – we therefore continuously evaluate and reinforce our security policy and practices. Here are some of the security precautions we take.
Amazon Web Services
RunMags is hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and their hosting and service delivery infrastructure ensures the highest level of security.
The AWS cloud infrastructure has been architected to be one of the most flexible and secure cloud computing environments available today. It provides an extremely scalable, highly reliable platform that enables us to deploy the RunMags application and data quickly and securely. Find out more about Amazon’s service at https://aws.amazon.com/security.
The RunMags platform has a SSL Certificate from SSL.com, so all data transferred between the users and the service is encrypted.
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, a method used to secure and encrypt sensitive information like credit cards, usernames, passwords, and other private data sent over the Internet. Website pages secured with SSL are those branded with the HTTPS in their URL address.
No one has access to your organization unless invited by you and with a level of user permission selected by you. You can remove any invited users whenever you want.
Users must choose a strong password and automatic lockouts are enforced when incorrect passwords are repeatedly entered. If you leave your computer unattended for an extended period, you will be automatically logged out.
How is RunMags more secure than desktop software?
With RunMags your data isn’t stored on your computer – if your laptop crashes, or gets lost, or stolen, all your data remains completely safe and unaffected.
Steps you can take to stay protected
We work very hard to keep RunMags secure. Here are some simple steps you can take to stay protected:
- Create a password nobody can guess, so no dictionary words or family names. Be cryptic or use multi-word pass phrases – easy to remember, hard to crack.
- Don’t share your password with anybody.
- Don’t write your password on a sticky note and attach it to your computer.
- Keep your browser software up to date.
- Make sure you only login at run.runmags.com.