We realize that security and privacy are important, and we take them very seriously at SignEasy. We work hard to maintain that privacy and security for every user, every time you use SignEasy.


For more information on our Privacy Policy please visit signeasy.com/privacy

 Do you store my signature?


When your signature is added and saved, we do save it on our secure servers. Anytime your signature is added to a document and information passes between your app and our servers, we encrypt the information to protect your privacy. 


Do you store my client's signature?

 

If your client enters a signature on a particular document, it will only be saved for that particular instance. We won't store your client's signature permanently on our end. 

 


Do you store my documents on your server?


When you import a document into your SignEasy app, we'll store it on our servers securely. This lets us do 2 things:

  • Synchronize your documents and status across all your devices
  • Maintain original copies of your documents for future use

Anytime your data is communicated between our servers and the app, we encrypt it for your protection.


How do you protect my information?


SignEasy encrypts information transfers using industry-standard SSL encryption to ensure that your data is safe and secure whenever you import, sign, or finalize a document. We use Amazon's AWS service to securely store the information in various data centers, and we maintain backups of all user information for additional security against data loss.


Can anyone else access my information?


Anytime there is an attempt to access your documents, we authenticate the request with your username and password. Keep your SignEasy login information safe and secret, and no one else will be able to view your documents or information. 


We take your security, privacy, and data very seriously here at SignEasy. If you ever have any concerns, doubts or questions don't hesitate to reach out to us at support@signeasy.com. We'll do everything we can to address your questions.