You don't take data security lightly and neither do we.
CBC's security and data protection protocols extend to levels far beyond the minimum requirements from the Credit Reporting Agencies and federal regulations. We pride ourselves on being ahead of the industry in every facet of the products and services we provide, and data security is no exception. It takes constant diligence to maintain such levels of security and data protection related to consumer and subscriber data. CBC's system access is secured by Multi Factor Authentication (MFA), including: unique username and strong password credentials, user definable secret questions verification, IP restrictions and filters, and device based authentication such as cell phone number login access. CBC's secure hosting infrastructure utilizes multiple redundant systems, database mirroring, real-time and periodic data backups, RSA-256 data encryption, geographically dispersed data centers, strict bio-metric authentication access, and more.
As we know, the Credit Reporting Agencies face significant risks if sensitive consumer information is not adequately protected by all parties. To address this, Experian created a security standard referred to as EI3PA. Learn more about EI3PA.
Credit Bureau Connection is not only EI3PA compliant, but goes above and beyond the stringent requirements of EI3PA, as well as all three of the Credit Reporting Agencies security requirements, to ensure and protect consumer and subscriber data.
When exploring and analyzing credit report and compliance providers, be sure to include data and system security as well as up-time reliability into the equation. Not all credit report providers are the same when it comes to these business critical features. These are the "behind the scenes" differences that are so vitally important in today's environment of heightened awareness of data security, data protection, and system reliability.