About Internet Security
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In order to provide complete privacy for the information you submit to CSU, we employ full end-to-end encryption methods.
This begins at your Web browser, either Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. When submitting confidential information, you'll see a little "key" or "padlock" in the lower corner of the browser window. This is your sign that the data will be fully protected as it travels to our Web server using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer).
But we don't stop there! Once on our Web server, the form must then be e-mailed to CSU so we can begin processing your request. In order to protect that phase of the transmission, we use the proven PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) security system to ensure that only an authorized CSU consultant can review the e-mail form.
Some browsers will display a warning message about submitting confidential information. That's because the browser can't be sure that the data will be protected all the way to its destination. Rest assured that your data is protected by the best commercial security systems available.
If you don't see the "key" or "padlock" symbol in your browser window, please do not submit confidential information. Contact CSU by phone and make other arrangements.
You can find out more about these security methods at the following Websites:
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) - http://www.netscape.com/assist/security/ssl/
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) - http://www.pgp.com/
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