Website Security

Best practices

No data transmissions over the Internet can be guaranteed to be one hundred percent secure. Consequently, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us, and you understand that any information that you transfer is done at your own risk. We do however, use website security measures consistent with current best practices to protect my website, email and mailing lists.

Data safeguards

Our website security measures include technical, procedural, monitoring and tracking processes intended to safeguard data from misuse, unauthorised access or disclosure, loss, alteration or destruction.

Are my payments secure?

Financial information, such as your credit card information or bank account information, is transmitted using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption; you’ll see ‘https’ and a lock device when you use our website, and it tells you the page you’re visiting is safe. And all pages which ask for credit card information are Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliant. You can also check by clicking on the GoDaddy Security Seal on the bottom of this page.

Third-party security vendors

Customer information is a priority, and we use my own protective measures, as well as the capabilities of software vendors, including software-as-a-service and hosting service providers.

ReCAPTCHA by Google is used on all e-forms to determine you as human and not a spam bot.

Identifying and managing risk

We realise and accept there may be incidents of misuse or unauthorised access, as almost every website, service and user encounters. In those instances, our goal is to move quickly to isolate the problem, ensure or restore proper functionality and minimise any inconvenience to my website users, clients and purchasers. As appropriate and necessary, we will notify the relevant authorities of these incidents of misuse or unauthorised access.