Transport Layer Security, or TLS, is a protocol for web browsers to securely communicate with websites. An older version of this protocol called TLS 1.0 has been found to have several flaws that can create the potential for credit card numbers and other sensitive information to be visible to others. The PCI Security Standards is a set of guidelines that ensure all whom handle credit card data, including our website, are protecting customer's credit card information from malicious actors.

In Summer 2018 PCI's guidelines will require websites to disable TLS 1.0, needing visitors to update to web browsers compatible with TLS 1.1 or TLS 1.2. This website currently follows these upcoming requirements—so if you can see this page, you are set! Our email and client websites will be following this requirement towards the Summer 2018 deadline.

To be ready please ensure your browser is updated to at least one of these versions:

Please see here for details and contact us if you have any questions.



Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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