- Take proper measures to protect data
- Double up your security
- Think about your blind spots
- Embed in your website
- Reduce your exposure
- Secure information
When you open a checking or savings account, you expect the bank to follow some basic rules. You have no doubt the bank will protect your information, your money, and your privacy. It’s one of the foundations banks are built on.
Take proper measures to protect data
Sometimes the first step in reassuring someone is in your presentation — and creating clear and visually pleasing forms to host all your privacy information is a great way to do this. Jotform provides many form templates designed to help you collect contact information and customer data to stay in touch and address any problems. The forms are intuitive and have built-in security measures.
Double up your security
Once you’ve created contact forms and added the fields you want, pair them with Jotform’s customizable terms and conditions widget. You can add your terms and conditions directly to your contact form and create a checkbox where your users can indicate that they agree to them.
Make sure you include everything necessary in this section, as this will be the form you send to all of your users to fill out. It’s also how you’ll represent yourself when it comes to security. These terms will illustrate all the security measures you’ve taken, so be sure you’re comprehensive.
Think about your blind spots
Embed in your website
Once you’ve created your form, it’s time to embed your form onto your website. Jotform’s Form Builder actually makes this a fairly easy process — it’s designed to work well with sites like WordPress.
Reduce your exposure
Part of being a reputable business is making sure you have proper security measures in place. Your customers shouldn’t have any doubt about security when they give you their address or their credit card information.