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9. How is child data kept secure in ASQ Online?

Your information is stored on RAID 5 storage systems, which use redundancy to protect against data loss, and are designed to recover data quickly in the event of a hardware or disk failure. Brookes Publishing takes precautions to protect the confidentiality and security of the data collected and stored in the site’s database by using industry-recognized security safeguards such as firewalls, coupled with carefully developed security procedures to protect your information from loss, misuse, or unauthorized alteration.

For a detailed explanation of the security protocols used by ASQ Online, please read our Privacy Policy.

See also

1. Who can view or modify ASQ Online child records?
2. Will the child data I enter into ASQ Online be used for any other purposes?
3. Who can view My Profile page besides me?
4. How do I know my data is protected in the ASQ Online system?
5. Can I share my ASQ Online password with other professionals or parents?
6. How do I ensure that no one overwrites child data I enter into the ASQ Online management system without my knowledge?
7. How can I see who else has edited or modified a child record of a child I am assigned to?
8. What do I do if I can’t locate the ASQ Online child record for a child I am working with?