Your Security

My Violet is equipped with up-to-date security technologies to protect our customers. My Violet uses SSL technology which encrypts the data transmission between our online store and the customers machine.

When a customer visits pages where sensitive information is entered or displayed, our website automatically switches to HTTPS/SSL protocol to ensure secure transactions. Below is information regarding our security process and on our two payment processors so you can be sure that your security is covered every step of they way, whilst shopping with My Violet

Security Process

  • Authentication – This assures your browser that your data is being sent to the correct computer server, and that the server is secure
  • Encryption – This encodes the data, so that it cannot be read by anyone other than the secure server
  • Data Integrity – This checks the data being transferred to ensure it has not been altered

Sage Pay Security

Sage Pay is the fastest growing independent payment service provider (PSP) and is a division of business software company Sage, one of the UK’s most trusted business brands.

By using Sage Pay, My Violet is ensuring that your card details are not compromised. Sage Pay encrypt every transaction to the highest global standards. Their secure systems are scanned and audited regularly by one of the world’s leading Qualified Security Assessors (QSA) so that you can be confident about using them to make a secure payment online.

Sage Pay also automatically provides all of it customers with fraud prevention tools — what that means for you is that if your card has been compromised somewhere else, our e-tailers are using technology that will help to prevent your details from being illegally used on their own site.

PayPal Security

Safeguarding your financial and personal information is one of PayPal’s most important priorities. That’s why they automatically encrypt all sensitive information sent between your computer and our servers. When an order is placed with My Violet, PayPal verify that your internet browser is running Secure Sockets Layer 3.0 (SSL) or higher. When any information is in transit, the information is protected by SSL with an encryption key length of 168 bits (the highest level commercially available).

To further shield your credit card and bank numbers, PayPal do not directly connect their firewall-protected servers to the internet.