How We Keep Your Customer Information Secure
September 12, 2022
We’re willing to bet that your propane customers mean the world to you—otherwise, why would you go to such measures to keep them safe and sound? Your annual Duty to Warn mailing, rigorous delivery schedule, and internal security processes all contribute to customer security and safety. Why gamble with security practices when it comes to the third parties you partner with on outsourced materials? P3 Duty to Warn takes customer information security as seriously as you do—that’s why we make a great team to parner with. Keep reading this blog post to learn some methods we employ to keep your customer data secure.
Top Ways P3 Duty to Warn Keeps Your Customer Data Secure:
Annual Internal Security Training & Audits
Your security practices are only as strong as their weakest link. Our team of propane safety experts employs annual company-wide security training, which comprises a security course with an exam. This operation allows us to educate our employees and administer an assessment to identify areas needing immediate attention and further education. Annual security audits from external entities solidify this practice and correct security practices or information that have room for improvement.
Strict Policies & Procedures
Leadership within our company frequently reviews and updates internal policies and procedures regarding remote access, information security, access control, and data transmission. Revisions are made as needed to uphold current security standards and best practices recommended by the industry’s top professionals.
Secure File-Transfer Protocol
No member of P3 Duty to Warn would ever consider sending sensitive files, credentials, or information by email or standard FTP websites. Instead, our service adds an extra layer of encryption, ensuring that your files and login credentials stay safe and secure without being seen by any unauthorized eyes.
Encrypted Cybersecurity Practices
Our cybersecurity standards are upheld to the highest standard. We guarantee that all customer lists are kept secure and confidential by using an SFTP (secure file transfer protocol) service with an extra layer of password-protected encryption.
Ensuring Top-Level Customer Information Security
Our Duty to Warn customers take comfort in the fact that we ensure top-level customer information security. We uphold strict security practices to keep your customer list and sensitive safety mailing information confidential. If you’d like to send your Duty to Warn safety mailing with a provider who takes safety and security as seriously as you do, request a quote. We look forward to working with you!