Lessonly has implemented processes intended to protect user information and maintain security of data. Unless you explicitly choose otherwise, each account holder is assigned a unique user name and password, which is required to access their account. It is your responsibility to protect the security of this login information. We have attempted to protect Lessonly’s servers by locating them in areas with security procedures, use of firewalls and implementing other generally available security technologies. These safeguards help prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the appropriate use of data, but no guarantee can be made that your information and data will be secure from intrusions and unauthorized release to 3rd parties.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a protocol for providing secure communications on the Internet. SSL provides for the authentication and encryption of traffic between your browser and Internet servers. Unless you are on a custom domain (e.g., learning.yourcompany.com) and have not provided us with a security certificate, SSL is enabled on your Lessonly account by default.
If you are collecting sensitive data such as credit card or social security numbers through a Lessonly lesson, you must use a third-party services that provides data encryption and PCI Compliance. For recommended services that work well with Lessonly, contact us.