What is Encryption?
Encryption is a process by which we use software to
scramble sensitive information while it is in transit to SeaVisions.
Please take a moment to read about the steps that we
have taken to help protect your information and make your online
transmissions safer. We also invite you to review the steps you can take to
help protect yourself further.
How Does Encryption Work?
Encryption is based on a key that has two different
parts. The public part and the private part. The public part of the key is
distributed to those you want to communicate with. The private part is for
the recipient's use only.
When you send personal information to SeaVisions.com,
you use SeaVisions public key to encrypt your personal information. That
means, if at any point during the transmission your information is
intercepted, it is scrambled and very difficult to decrypt. Once SeaVisions
receives your encrypted personal information, we use the private part of our
key to decode it.
What Kind of Encryption Software Does SeaVisions Use?
SeaVisions currently uses the industry Standard
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption. But we continue to keep up with the
current technologies in order to provide the best security for our customers.
What Information Does SeaVisions Encrypt?
SeaVisions encrypts all personal information you give
us when you place an order online. Remember, if you feel uncomfortable
providing any of this information online, please feel free to call one of our
representatives at 954-385-2899.
How Safe is Encryption Really?
Providing encrypted information online is as safe as
doing it over the phone.