Is my data secure on i-ngo?
- i-ngo databases are backed up daily thus ensuring that data is always protected against loss.
- i-ngo runs on up-to-date, state-of-the-art Dell servers to ensure powerful and fast execution speed and processing power,thus providing a user experience at optimal levels.
- Our Internet Data Center is located on AT&T's Global Crossing and Cabie & Wireless OC48/OC192 Global IP backbones with redundant T3 connection to provide more than enough bandwidth.
- To ensure data security for i-ngo users, the data center's system administration team monitors the security of the network 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Are data transactions encrypted?
All sensitive data stored in i-ngo databases are encrypted. Regarding data transactions,
i-ngo.com is secured by GeoTrust SSL certificates, providing up to 256 bit encryption thereby offering the highest level of encryption and security possible.
Our encryption certificates protect transactions, signups, sensitive information, and authentication against spoofing, unauthorized hacker disclosure, and data alteration.
This means you can rest assured that communications between your browser and i-ngo's web servers are private and secure.
Is my organization's information private on i-ngo?
All data that you store in i-ngo is private, with the exception of your organization's name and its basic profile (if you belong to one). However depending on the nature of your own operations, you have the choice to select specific information (such as a project's profile, your professional background, selected wikis, selected events, job opportunities) to share with the world on the Hub (i-ngo's search engine).
Is my personal information private on i-ngo?
Your personal name, your contact coordinates, and your professional background is kept confidential unless you wish to make this information public.
Does i-ngo use any data about my organization or its users for marketing purposes?
No. i-ngo will NOT use or sell information about you or your organization to any third-party for any purpose, unless it is mandated to do so by a court of law.
Does my organization have to share information by using i-ngo?
No. Sharing selected information with the i-ngo community on projects, wikis, events, expertise, and job opportunities is entirely up to you. i-ngo offers automated and simplified features to help you publish parts of your work and centralize your organization's presence within the i-ngo community if you think sharing this information serves your core mission.