​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Cyber-attacks are becoming an increased threat for all businesses. Based on a recent study by PwC​, the number of attacks reported by midsize companies jumped 64 percent from 2013 to 2014. The information you share within your board portal includes the most vital, classified information about your company.​​​​


​The increased need for cyber security creates multiple “must-haves” when it comes to choosing a board portal. Unique among board portal providers, Computershare boasts the backing and infrastructure of a global financial services leader. BoardWorks users enjoy the experience of an innovative, user-friendly board portal application with the confidence of knowing sensitive data is safe and secure. 


​Computershare manages financial records for more than 125 million shareholders around the globe. As such, we employ (and constantly hone) an exhaustive data security program. Computershare is committed to information security policies that protect our clients, business partners, employees and shareholders. As a part of the Computershare family, BoardWorks users benefit from a number of security features, including:​​


  • Secure data facilities in multiple locations that meet SSAE16, ISO and AT101 auditing standards 
  • Multiple electronic file transfer options to allow secure, encrypted data exchange 
  • Restricted access, both virtual and physical, to areas that ​house secure data 
  • Backup systems and power sources in the event of natural disasters or other outages 
  • Exhaustive annual testing and third-party audits 
  • Client assurance portal that provides direct access to Computershare information security and data privacy protocols 
  • Extensive testing prior to software launches or upgrades to identify, diagnose and resolve potential security breached Computershare is firmly committed to keeping your sensitive data safe.​

To see the power of BoardWorks in action, schedule a demo today at cgsboardworks.com/demo-schedule​​​​

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