Is my information secure with Save?

Modified on Wed, 18 Oct 2023 at 12:54 PM

Security of your financial and personal information is of the utmost importance to Save. When you’re investing online, you want to make sure that the company you invest with uses the highest level of SSL encryption (that means that your address bar says “https” and is green) and follows industry best practices.


You should also make sure that the data you’re giving your investment advisor is kept secure. Save uses 2048-bit RSA for certificates and supports the strongest encryption suites available. We encrypt your data and store it in data centers that meet security best practices. We strictly follow NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) guidelines for keeping your information safe. You can visit to see a list of those guidelines.


Save also uses Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) as you navigate through our Save App and Online Portal. MFA is an authentication method that allows Save to obtain more than your username and password to decrease the potential of unauthorized access to your account(s). 


Visit our Security FAQ section for additional information on Save's security practices.

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