SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Encryption
To ensure that your credit information remains secure and confidential, TransUnion Interactive uses programs that encrypt the data you provide on the order form before transmission to TransUnion Interactive.
Encryption is a way of coding the information in a file so that if it is intercepted by a third party as it travels over a network, it cannot be read. Only the person or persons that have the right type of decoding software can unscramble the message. Thus, your encrypted information can only be read by TransUnion Interactive.
Netscape and Microsoft browsers support the recommended 128-bit key length encryption. More about browsers.
Questions or concerns about the TransUnion Interactive's security system? Please contact the Customer Service Team.