At the end of the day, the goals are simple: safety and security
– Jodi Rell
We are always particular about who we trust and what we trust them with. When it comes to documents with sensitive information, security automatically becomes of utmost importance.
SignEasy, as always, puts your worries to rest here as well!
It has always been our top priority to protect your signature and documents. For instance, we use 256-bit SSL encryption (similar to banks and financial institutions) on the communication channels between the devices and our servers.
In fact, there are a bunch of handy features in the SignEasy application which you can use to ensure absolutely no one, other than you, gains access to your documents and signature. This includes a secure passcode and fingerprint-based authentication in both iOS & Android applications. Just follow these tips and leave the rest to the experts and keep signing.
Enabling passcode and fingerprint-based authentication on SignEasy for iOS
* For iOS devices supporting Touch ID
By the way, do you know Apple featured SignEasy in the iPhone 6s commercial, talking about the Touch-ID based security feature. (One more reason to try it out, right?)
Enabling passcode and fingerprint-based authentication on SignEasy for Android
* For Android devices supporting Nexus Imprint
Once you have enabled these security measures, none of the documents can be finalized without passing through these authentication steps.
So, you no longer have to walk around with that feeling in your head wondering if you’ve chosen the best and most secure solution. We’ve got you covered. Now stop worrying about security and start signing!