ACD website security
ACD manages this website and are responsible for the security of the whole site.
Secure communication via SSL
When you register and create an online account with us, the information you provide is protected within a secure, encrypted environment, a standard known as SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). Unless you have turned the feature off, your browser will display a notice saying that you are about to enter a secure Web site; this is your assurance that the information you provide is sent only to Advanced Cell Diagnostics and that our server is certified secure.
We have taken every measure to protect our servers and networks behind state-of-the-art firewalls. Behind these barriers, your information is stored on a secure server in an encrypted form. These precautions ensure that the only way to access your account information is for you to log in, using a password that you create and possess.
It is important for you to protect against unauthorized access to your password and to your computer. Be sure to sign off when finished using a shared computer.
SSL is only used when we are exchanging critically sensitive data such as credit card details and personal information. Handling the encryption and decryption of data secured by such large keys can slow web servers down substantially, making sites less responsive and useful to you. With this in mind, we do not secure insensitive, publicly available information such as product information pages, and therefore only apply SSLwhen we are about to exchange sensitive information.
Credit card handling
ACD web servers do not store credit card details. For each time that you make a credit card purchase, you will need to enter your credit card details.
Last updated: October 2015