Private and Secure

MyBoardPacket is committed to your privacy. Information that personally identifies a Board director, member, or employee is kept confidential. Furthermore, MyBoardPacket does not share with third parties confidential information about a User’s business or other organizational relationships.

MyBoardPacket meets industry standards for addressing consumer privacy. You can trust that our site is a safe place for you to do business. Additional privacy information is included in the Subscription Agreement. Security Statement

MyBoardPacket is committed to keeping your information private and secure. We use industry-leading technologies and policies to protect the confidentiality of your data and personal information. We will continue to update our systems to stay at the forefront of security processes and technologies.

High-grade Encryption

MyBoardPacket uses high-grade connection encryption, the type of security measures that leading e-commerce and financial service providers use to encrypt your information before transmission. This encryption ensures the privacy of your data as it flows between your Web browser and Your data is encrypted both while it is at-rest and while in-transit.

Daily Back-Ups

Our servers store very important and sensitive information. All servers that hold this data are backed-up daily and a second off-site back-up is synchronized and stored at another location. In the case of a disaster your information will be safe and available.

User Name and Password

To ensure that MyBoardPacket Users identify themselves in a secure and reliable way, MyBoardPacket uses a two-field authentication system. A Username and Password are required to log on to the service. Your login information is stored on our physically secure servers in an encrypted format, which makes it completely unreadable and protected from external harm and fraudulent activity. As a good security practice, we do recommend that Users regularly change their passwords.

Firewalls and Physical Security

MyBoardPacket own network and systems are another critical factor in maintaining tight security. Firewalls, which are sets of related computer programs, protect the network from external attacks. This dedicated network is located in secure, limited-access facilities and is guarded around the clock.

Access Rights

Administrators and Users are only allowed to access their own specific unit of data. To ensure this, a password is required to access each account. Access logs and other documentation are also maintained to easily trace security breach occurrences.