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Here’s How We Mitigate the Risk of a Customer Data Breach

You go to great lengths to protect your propane customers—you send an annual Duty to Warn safety mailing, ensure that delivery schedules are on time, maintain internal security processes, and more. If you don’t ensure your Duty to Warn provider takes security as seriously as you do, all your precautions go out the window! P3 Duty to Warn is pleased to uphold strict security standards to keep your customer data secure and minimize the risk of a data breach. Here’s how we go about our security practices.


How We Keep Customer Info Safe

  • Encrypted file-sharing software

Unlike emailing or transferring files through a standard FTP site, our service adds an extra layer of encryption, making it impossible for anyone to read your files or see your login credentials.


  • Secure file transfer protocol

We uphold the highest standards of cybersecurity here at P3 Duty to Warn. We guarantee that all customer lists are kept secure and confidential by using a secure SFTP file transfer service with an extra layer of password-protected encryption.
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  • Company-wide security training & audits

We understand that the strength of our security practices is only as strong as our weakest link. That’s one of several reasons we employ annual security training for every single employee, which comprises a security course with an exam. This practice allows us to educate our employees and administer an assessment to identify areas of weakness and ensure that the information is being retained. Annual security audits solidify this practice and correct any outdated security practices or information.


  • Internal policies and procedures

Policies and procedures regarding remote access, information security, access control, and data transmission are reviewed and updated as needed to uphold current security standards and best practices.


Do Our Security Practices Meet Your Standards?

Many of our Duty to Warn clientele find comfort in the fact that we do everything we can to ensure top-level customer information security. After all, we would never gamble with customer data. 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, don’t be afraid to request a quote to get started. We look forward to working with you.