Private Payment Institution Limited is committed to the security of our Internet solutions and to providing our valued customers with information on safe computing.
The following are recommended best practices for safety while using online services.

Password and Personal Identification Number

Online services often require the entry of a user identifier and password combination to gain entry.
The protection of these user credentials is extremely important, especially for sensitive services like those with financial implications.

To ensure the privacy and safety of your password, consider the following:

Use suitable passwords that are difficult to guess and of at least eight alphanumeric characters in length.
The use of special characters and numbers, as well as upper and lower case letters, will increase the strength of a password.
Avoid using easy to guess passwords such as your date of birth, userID, telephone numbers, family birthdays or other personal information.
Passwords should be kept private and not be shared with others.

Passwords should be changed regularly and whenever a compromise is suspected.
Passwords used in conjunction with sensitive services should be distinct from others.
While some browsers provide a convenient facility to save passwords on the workstation, such use should be restricted to non-sensitive applications.

Workstation Security

The workstation is the means through which sensitive information and instructions get passed to online services.
It is therefore very important that workstations are free from compromises.
You should:

Transact only from workstations that are known to be secured. Avoid using shared or public workstations when accessing sensitive services.
Make sure the workstations used are strengthened and protected by:
Keeping anti-virus and anti-Trojan software up-to-date with the latest virus and Trojan signatures.
Keeping operating system and browser software up-to-date, including security patches.
Periodically updating all installed software.
If possible, disabling or removing services that are not needed.
Installing a personal firewall if transactions are to be made using workstations that are outside the company firewall.

Practice safe computing:
Do not allow unauthorized people to have physical access to the workstation.
Do not run unknown software on the workstation.
Do not leave the workstation unattended when you are logged into any services.
Always log out from online sessions when no longer required.