Skip to content

Recent News

AllClear ID Named a Top Trusted Website in the 2016 Online Trust Alliance Honor Roll

We are pleased to announce that AllClear ID has earned a place on the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) 2016 Honor Roll!

The Honor Roll is based on results from an independent audit that recognizes businesses with a demonstrated commitment to best practices in security, privacy, and consumer protection. The audit evaluates sites in three categories:

  • Consumer protection
  • Site, server & infrastructure security
  • Privacy, transparency, disclosures

They give additional awards to sites that employ emerging “best practices,” including email authentication, varying uses of encryption, and increased server protection.

To gain a spot on the “Honor Roll,” a site must score at least 80% in their overall evaluation, without failing in any one category. AllClear ID made it onto the “Consumer Services 100” list, along with sites such as Twitter, Box, and Reddit.

We are really excited to earn a spot on the Honor Roll, as it validates our efforts for protect our clients’ customers, and will continue to evolve our practices to keep our customers safe.

You can find the link to the Honor Roll press release here:

https://otalliance.org/news-events/press-releases/audit-finds-consumer-services-websites-have-best-security-and-privacy

Learn more about the OTA here:

https://otalliance.org

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

[wds_resources_posts hide_posted_on="" featured_posts_only="" ignore_post="8591" hide_featured_image="" tag_location="below_title" post_type="post" term_comparision="ALL" resource_cat="" resource_tag="" post_cat="" post_tag="" heading="Recent News" subheading=""]

Recent News

CAN-SPAM Gives Email a Makeover

In today’s digital world, email is one of the main ways we contact each other. 14 years ago, Congress signed a set of rules called the CAN-SPAM Act designed to protect consumer privacy and limit the amount and type of unsolicited marketing messages they receive.