The absolute safety of all your personal information is our very highest priority!
For the protection of all our visitors and customers, we have secured our site with an EV (extended validation) business security certificate from GeoTrust – the leading name in site security. The Internet’s one million most visited sites rely on GeoTrust more than any other SSL certificate authority.
As part of their validation procedures, GeoTrust have checked our business to satisfy themselves that we are who we say we are, we are located where we say we are and that we are the legal owners of our domain – www.yogatech.com
Our site automatically switches to secure mode prior to collecting any of your personal information. Information is transferred to our server using 256 bit encryption with a 2048 bit root. In practical terms this means that the sun will burn out before anyone could figure out any of your personal details.
GeoTrust are also prepared to put their money where their mouth is, and indemnify you against any possible fraud while using our services, up to a sum of $500,000
On all modern browsers viewing our secure pages, the address bar will turn green, visually confirming that you are protected to the highest level of authentication currently available.
All our systems have been certified to comply with the latest PCI Security Council standards. We do not store any credit card information on our server. Your card details are automatically and securely forwarded to leading processor Authorize.net – we never see them, and have no means of accessing or retrieving them thereafter.
Our dedicated server is housed behind multiple levels of security and managed and monitored 24/7 by Atjeu Hosting Services of Phoenix, AZ, an industry-leading server hosting company. The server itself lives behind its own state-of-the-art CSF firewall, and to ensure its continued compliance with all necessary security standards it is independently scanned by our bank’s security consultants on a monthly basis.
We also have our site scanned daily by Sitelock for any possible vulnerabilities.