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Data security for sensitive informationAsked by mdesimone on November 19, 2013 at 04:54 PM
I am thinking of transmitting sensitive information (student data). How secure is this system? Please provide anything that I can run by my IT department.
We do support SSL (secure) form. When you take your form URL or source code, just tick the "secure form" check box.
If you're using the secure form, submissions will be transmitted to Jotform servers securely. Your forms are securely processed by JotForm's reliable 256 bit High-grade SSL encryption which ensures 100% secure transactions just like any other SSL providers.
Keep in mind that SSL Submissions for free accounts has lower limits per month, 10 SS Submissions/month. See our Pricing page for more details.
If you have further questions, let us know here. Thanks!
Thanks, one more question. How many docs can be uploaded? Is there a limit?
María A. DeSimone
New York City Department of Education
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There's no limit on the number of uploaded files, but there's a limit on the file size which you can set it on your file upload field.
Hope this helps.
May we suggest you to open each of your unrelated questions to a separate thread next time so any from our team will be able to assist you without getting confused on the issue being discussed on the thread.