Booking page security
Booking page security protects your data where it is typically created or used. Security mechanisms are built into the core functionality and no action needs to be taken by you to enable them. There are three security controls that protect data on your Booking page:
Encryption in transit (HTTPS)When new data is collected as part of the Booking process, it needs to be transmitted over public networks to reach our servers. To protect your data, we use encrypted communication via HTTPS connections.
HTTPS is a secure protocol used to transmit data from websites to web servers. HTTPS is the industry standard and is used by military and financial institutions for transmitting sensitive data. You can tell a web page is using HTTPS if there is a lock icon in the browser address bar:
ScheduleOnce is an “HTTPS only” application. ScheduleOnce Booking pages only use HTTPS and automatically redirect to HTTPS if HTTP is manually typed by a User. We support the versions of HTTPS that are accepted across the industry (TLS 1.0 - 1.2).
Some malicious users will use automated tools (bots) to scan public pages and collect information available on the page. To protect our Users we have implemented a blocking system which identifies bots and prevents them from accessing the page in this way.
Privacy protection for stored customer dataWe are committed to ensuring that your customer data is kept safe and secure. We have added a layer of security for bookings made with contacts stored in databases, such as your Infusionsoft CRM, Salesforce CRM or your ScheduleOnce account. In these cases, customer information will not be visible on the booking form and we will only indicate that the data is used for making the booking.
Data stored on databases is sensitive and should never be exposed on a public webpage (such as your ScheduleOnce Booking page). To keep your data private, pre-populated Booking forms automatically load in a private mode which prevents data from being displayed. Learn more about pre-populated Booking forms
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