AgendaCloud Security Policy

Updated: January 2020

The safety, privacy, and security of the data our customers entrust to us is very important to us. We use SSL encryption to transfer your data and use industry standard back-up procedures to make sure your data is safe. We realize you might have a few questions around our security practices and have included some of the ones you might find important. If you have further questions not listed below, please feel free to reach out to us directly at

Who owns the data I load into your service?

Your personal data belongs to you. We do not sell or rent your contact lists without your authorization. More details can be found in our privacy statement.


In addition to using SSL for secure communication, SiteLock is used to protect our software from unethical hacking, phishing, spamming; we have selected a reputable and reliable hosting provider for our servers via GoDaddy service.

Network Security
AgendaCloud uses SiteLock Website Security and malware scanning. AgendaCloud is protected against hackers and malware with automatic daily scans. Automatic malware removal. Hands-on review by a SiteLock technician.
The AgendaCloud web application is backed up daily; the backup system safeguards the entire website - files folders, databases, with automatic daily offsite backups.


What about security in your applications?

Our goal is to design, build, and maintain secure applications. We believe security should be built in and not bolted on.
We regularly review our code as well as any third party code included in our products using static and dynamic analysis tools along with manual code reviews in critical areas.
We developed our software using the state of the art, and follow all the security guidance and guidelines provided by Microsoft’s .NET Framework.
We train our engineers in secure coding and architectural design patterns that protect the software from SQL injection, unauthorized access, and spams.
If you find an issue with our products, please contact us at

Who are the people accessing my data?

All employees that have access to your data must sign confidentiality agreements prior to being granted access.
Each employee receives annual refresher training on security practices and threats.