Security Policies

We protect your information in many ways—from ensuring that our buildings are secure, to proactively preparing for disasters and business interruptions, to using secure computing practices. Safeguarding your information’s confidentiality, integrity, and availability is one of our highest priorities.

The information for the accounts you have with the Kiyaara Electronics Pvt Ltd is kept secure and confidential through multiple security features and procedures.

Our online security features help protect data

The account information you request from our website can only be accessed with your username, OTP and, in certain situations, unique verification codes. It is your responsibility to keep your login information confidential.

  • Do not disclose your login information to anyone. Our employees and associates will never ask you for your password.
  • If you write your login information down, keep it in a safe place where others can't see it.
  • Contact us immediately to change your login information if you suspect someone has discovered it.

Information you submit through our website, as well as the information we send back to you while you are visiting our website, is protected using strong encryption ("scrambling" to make it incomprehensible) when necessary. Our secure server software encrypts information, ensuring that Internet communications through our website stay private and protected.

Your account information is not permanently stored on our web server. The information only resides on our web server while you are viewing the information. It is, however, permanently stored on our secured corporate computer systems and retained according to our company record retention policy.

Security software keeps information private

To ensure the security of your confidential account information, we use proven security software to encrypt the information before it is transmitted through the Internet. We only allow confidential information to be submitted for transmission if your browser is compatible with Transport Layer Security (TLS), our security software. If your browser is not compatible, you will receive a message indicating your transaction cannot be completed because of the security risk.

TLS establishes a secure connection between two parties (e.g., your browser and our web server). It is used to implement HTTPS, the secure version of HTTP, and is an open technology supported across various browsers (e.g., Microsoft Internet Explorer). We require that you use a TLS-enabled browser to communicate with the secure area of our site. You know you are visiting the secure area of our site when the URL begins with "https://".

We recommend using the most current browsers that support the latest encryption technology, to ensure a high level of security.

In addition to protecting communications between your browser and our server, TLS is also used to protect communications between our web server and our mainframe system. We have also implemented a firewall to protect all of our systems that are not part of the Internet from intrusion.

Encryption

The Principal-owned laptops and desktops are encrypted. All confidential data in transmission is encrypted. Encrypted data is transmitted via secured connections, such as:

  • HTTPS (HTTP over TLS)
  • Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) over the Internet
  • Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) encryption via SFTP

Security protocols also help protect your data

Customer access to web and mobile applications requires the use of unique usernames and strong passwords. The Principal uses adaptive authentication systems to evaluate your location at the time of authentication and monitor historical patterns of login locations. We also use additional login security features, including:

  • Security questions and answers
  • Verification codes
  • Timed log-off