Secure communication

The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act was signed by former President Clinton in 1999 and made fully effective on July 1, 2001. GLBA requires financial institutions (including banks, brokerage firms, insurance companies, and tax preparation firms), as well as all of their business partners and contractors, to protect the private financial information that passes through their enterprises.

What does that mean for you? Consider emails as an example. Email is actually not a secure form of communication. That means that hackers and malicious programs can actually break into and read the content of your emails. Most insurance agencies have no problem sending sensitive data over email, including your social security number and other private information. This practice puts you at risk.

That is why we offer a secure online system for you to communicate with us. By using our site, we will not only keep your data secure but also help you work more efficiently.

This is just one example of how we will do whatever it takes to carefully protect your data. To learn more about the technology and procedures we have in place for your protection, simply contact us.