The Reputation Bank utilizes all best practices to ensure your private information remains secure. We utilize Stripe for credit card processing, utilizing their PCI compliant systems for transmission of financial data. The Reputation Bank does not directly house any of your personal financial information.
Our website and course data are all stored in a tier 3 datacenter with onsite 24/7/365 security and support. The fully redundant facility offers state-of-the-art monitoring, firewalls, physical security, and DDoS monitoring to protect data and maximize reliability and uptime.
Our course pages are all served across SSL connections ensuring your security between our web servers and your end user device. Course responses, while always stored on our secure servers behind multiple layers of firewalls and login security, are not encrypted and as such we recommend not posting any confidential or otherwise sensitive information within your responses.
Should you have any security questions at any time, please do not hesitate to contact us via the contact form.
SCORM (Shareable Content Object Reference Model) is a set of technical standards for Learning Management Systems (LMSs) and LMS content. You can feel confident that the Reputation Bank learning and planning tool is SCORM compliant and can be efficiently uploaded to your organization’s LMS. If your organization doesn’t have an LMS or doesn’t have a requirement to use internal systems for The Reputation Bank learning and planning tool, you can access it on our secure servers. (See TheReputationBank.com security information)Download / upload instructions
To upload The Reputation Bank SCORM zip file, we recommend you work with your internal IT department to ensure local security and technical requirements are met, but we’ve made it super simple!
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