Security uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) to provide a secure connection between internet browsers and the website, allowing you to transmit private data online. Sites secured with SSL display a padlock in the browsers URL.

It is used by millions of websites to protect their customers, ensuring their online transactions remain confidential. All web pages that expect their visitors to submit confidential data, including credit card details, passwords or any personal information should use encryption. Web browsers can safely interact with secured sites as long as the site’s certificate is from a recognised Certificate Authority.

The data we hold is also backed up every day. As a further precaution, it is recommended that you also keep an up to date copy of your data saved to your own computer.