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LetHQ Data Security


LetHQ Data Security

Data Security.

Data security is paramount in the age of information. When referencing tenants or guarantors letting agents and landlords will request a multitude of private information to ensure that the tenantvetting process can be as accurate as possible. Personal data such as dates of birth, address history, telephone numbers, email addresses, details of salary, benefits and employment are all essential pieces of information that a letting agent orlandlord will request from a prospective tenant or tenant’s guarantor during the tenant referencing process.

When vetting your tenants online with the LetHQ tenant referencing system you can be assured that at LetHQ security of personal information is paramount. To ensure protection of you and your tenants data we use a ISO27001 compliant data centre. An Industry recognised accreditation ensuring data remains private. ISO27001, is a standard for Information Security Management System. For more than 10 years, ISO 27001 has been recognised internationally as the paragon for any organisation serious about combating threats to information security and cyber-crime.

We believe that LetHQ is the only online tenant referencing with an ISO27001 compliant data centre in the UK. Can you trust other non-certified providers with your data?

For further security, you when using LetHQ for tenant screening online the LetHQlogin portal is SSL encrypted a standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a server and a client. LetHQ is also PCI compliant for debit and credit card details, a security standard designed to ensure that companies that accept, process, store or transmit credit card information maintain a secure environment.

We are serious about you and your tenant’s data security when screening tenants online and we also conduct regular third party vulnerability scans on our systems to ensure your data is further safe and secure.

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Published on: May 22, 2017