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At Canada Life we recognise and respect the importance of security. This Internet Security Statement covers the measures that Canada Life takes to help secure your personal information. This Internet Security Statement is subject to change without notice to you, so we recommend that you review it regularly. By using this site you acknowledge that you have read and understand this Internet Security Statement as amended from time to time.
Encryption technology is designed to secure personal and confidential communications between your computer and Canada Life servers, such that they are protected from being read by any third parties. This is achieved by "scrambling" communications so that they are unreadable by anyone other than Canada Life or yourself.
Some Canada Life web applications require 128-bit SSL encryption - the standard for encrypting and safeguarding websites.
You can verify that a Canada Life website is encrypted by looking for the golden lock or key icon along the bottom of your browser window, which is used by most browsers to indicate a secure connection.
Note that websites are normally only encrypted when user input is requested e.g. entering a password.
"Cookies" are small items of data that websites store in your Internet browser (an example is Internet Explorer). These data files contain information the site can use to track and organize the pages you have visited, and to gather information.
Some Canada Life websites use "cookie" technology to measure site activity and tailor information to fit your personal interests. This helps us deliver a superior website experience that is fast, secure and personalized.
Be cautious of email and websites purporting to represent a legitimate company and that ask you to provide confidential or financial information. It is not Canada Life practice to e-mail you to ask you to provide or confirm your PIN, password, or other confidential or financial information, other than as may occur in response to an inquiry from you.
If you receive such a request, or have any concern as to the validity of an email from Canada Life, a website purporting to be a Canada Life website, or our online security, please notify us immediately using contact details found elsewhere (e.g. on previous correspondence, a trade website or a hardcopy directory).
If possible please attach any suspicious email in its original form, or in the case of a website please include the URL (address of the website) in your notification.
Canada Life engages in a number of other security activities to help ensure the safety and privacy of your personal information. This includes adopting measures to help secure our computers against hacker attacks and virus activities by a number of different means.
You can also contribute to the security of your information by following a few straightforward principles:
For Canada Life Internet sites requiring a password: