Nova Mesa Computer Systems has a responsibility to protect from disclosure to unauthorized parties the personally identifiable information (name, address, date of birth, social security number, etc.) of its website users. Therefore, Nova Mesa Computer Systems has adopted and implemented a website security policy to protect personal information of its website users.
Notice and Disclosures
Nova Mesa Computer Systems will not sell, trade, nor disclose the personally identifiable information of its website users to any unauthorized third parties.
Data Quality and Access
Nova Mesa Computer Systems takes security very seriously and has therefore taken every precaution to secure our customer's information. In order to secure the users information, Nova Mesa Computer Systems has implemented several security measures to prevent loss, theft, or misuse of any borrower data. When borrowers use features on the Nova Mesa Computer Systems website that involves the transferring of personal information, Nova Mesa Computer Systems requires that a secure connection first be established using 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. During a secure SSL session, data passed back and forth between the user's computer and Nova Mesa Computer Systems servers is secured through the use of public key cryptography. The user's computer exchanges key information with Nova Mesa Computer Systems computers to create a private conversation that only the user's computer and Nova Mesa Computer Systems servers may understand. The U.S. government regulates 128-bit encryption; it can only be used by citizens and permanent residents of the United States and Canada. To benefit from this security and to use many of the features on the Nova Mesa Computer Systems site you will need to download a 128-bit enabled browser from Microsoft, Netscape, or another software company. In addition to using 128-bit encryption in the browser, all customer account numbers that are stored in Nova Mesa Computer Systems databases are encrypted. Each time you enter a secure connection while using the Nova Mesa Computer Systems website your browser will notify you, unless the feature has been turned off. Please note that if you have left a secure connection all data sent to Nova Mesa Computer Systems is over an unsecure connection.
If you have any questions regarding the Nova Mesa Computer Systems Website Security Policy, please contact us using the information below:
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