At AndroidMonitor, we take your privacy very seriously. Number of measures have been employed to protect your information and data. This page will inform you about our security policies.
Personal Data Administrator
We are registered as a Personal Data Administrator. We cover the requirements set by the government and the Data Protection Statement, meaning that we are authorized to store data on our networking infrastructure. You can rest assured that your information and data will be kept safe and that you are the only who has access to your data. Never tell your password and login details to anyone. We will never ask you for these details.
The AndroidMonitor service is processing huge amounts of data. Each one bit of that data is encrypted at any given time. When data is collected from your phone it is first encrypted and sent to your Private Area. All data in the Private Area is stored on an encrypted storage. Even when you access your Private Area all data will be first encrypted and then sent to your browser.
You are the only one who has access to your data. The only possible way of accessing your data is by logging into your secure Private Area. This will require your login and password details. Your initial password will be auto-generated by our system. A good practice is to change your password when first logged in. It is also advisable to change your password from time to time.
No one, even our technical staff cannot view your data. Your data is accessible only from Private Area. And Private Area is accessible only with the login and password information you hold.
No data or information will be shared with others. Exception to this rule is when you consented to this or it is required by law.
We do not store your data on an infrastructure which is physically accessible by others. We use co-location facility to operate the most sensitive segments of our infrastructure.