Dualicom has taken reasonable steps to protect its clients’ information, including the use of browser encryption technology (currently 128 bit) and a firewall, as well as the implementation of other reasonable security measures. Dualicom will continue to monitor security issues, updating and improving security when reasonable and practical to do so. However, it is important to note that the Internet is not a secure mode of communication and that Dualicom cannot guarantee the privacy or security of client information submitted using the Dualicom website or sent by e-mail.
You are responsible for security issues related to the device you use to access the Internet. You can improve security by installing a firewall and virus protection, as well as by implementing other local security measures.
Password selection rules
You may be required or permitted to set or change your password from time to time. Certain password selection rules will be automatically enforced at the time of selection. In addition, any password selected by you shall:
• Be different from any other personal identification number or other secret code used by you for banking services or any other type of service.
• Not contain any information about you that may be easily obtained or guessed by someone else (e.g., name, birth date, telephone number, address, user ID).
• Not be changed to any password previously used by you.
Internet and E-mail transmission/viruses
Internet or electronic transmission errors may produce inaccurate or incomplete copies of Dualicom website content when downloaded and displayed on a computer. Dualicom does not assume any liability or responsibility whatsoever for computer viruses or other destructive programs received during the electronic transmission of Dualicom website content or when visiting any external sites accessed through the links provided therein. We strongly recommend that you install virus protection software on all computer systems used to access the Internet or to share files in any manner with other computer systems. As with other modes of communication (e.g., cellular phones, postal mail), e-mail communications are unprotected and could potentially be intercepted, lost or altered.
Third party sites
It is important to note that this website contains links to other sites. Dualicom is not responsible for the security or privacy practices of these external sites.
Since security concerns as well as legal and business requirements are constantly changing, Dualicom reserves the right to change this Security Policy by providing notice on its website. Dualicom encourages you to review this Security Policy often.
Last modified: May 30, 2018