3 Encryption Levels
Social Code Security employs three separate and distinct levels of security: one symmetrical level of encryption and two levels of asymmetrical encryption. The three levels of encryption allow data to be stored behind an impregnable wall in a native network that rejects any foreign code. Each piece of stored information is physically encrypted from end to end. And not one, but two, multi-numerical identification codes are randomly selected each time data are downloaded to the Social Code Security network. This process makes it impossible for hackers or malignant software to attack, corrupt or steal data, passwords, payment information, metadata, and client and personal information.