UTA ("the Company") is strongly committed to maintaining the privacy of
our subscriber's confidential information. We assure the protection of our computer
systems by integrating both established and innovative techniques. UTA's comprehensive
Security Program complies with federal regulations and ensures that your transactions
are processed through our secure financial gateways.
For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to
all users, our web servers employ industry-standard methods to monitor network traffic
and to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise
cause damage. Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change information
on the Company's servers is strictly prohibited and may be punishable by law, including
the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure
Protection Act. In the specific context of security monitoring, there is no expectation
of privacy. However, only in the case of actual law enforcement investigations,
will we attempt to identify individual users or their usage habits.
SSAE 16 Certified (formerly SAS 70)
UTA is certified under the internationally recognized third party assurance auditing standard that
was designed for service organizations. Standards for Attestation Engagements No. 16 (SSAE 16) has effectively
replaced SAS 70 on June 15, 2011. SAEE 16 is one of the most widely accepted compliance initiatives that provides
service organizations with a benchmark to compare their internal controls and processes against industry best practices.
UTA utilizes a powerful 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption during your
online sessions to safeguard your data. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology secures
your Web site by encrypting the information in transit and providing authentication.
Encryption is a way of converting plain text to a coded algorithmic sequence before
it leaves your computer, so that if it is intercepted it is virtually unreadable.
We use multiple encryption keys that allow us to convert the information back to
a readable format.
Firewall protection and other security measures prevent access by unauthorized users.
Firewalls can be thought of as a selective barrier that only permits authorized
information to UTA's server. In order to gain access to authorized information,
the Web browser you are using must know the proper protocol and language. Even then,
only limited information is available.
Creating a personalized session each time a user logs in enables UTA to monitor
all activity which has transpired. After 15 minutes of inactivity, the system automatically
will close the session and log you off the site. This reduces the risk of others
accessing your information from an unattended computer. Re-establishing and authenticating
your credentials for your online session helps to reduce unauthorized access to
your UTA accounts.
Additional security mechanisms are available via digital certificates and other
key public infrastructure services, through the VeriSign Certification Authority.
This web site authentication system, VeriSign, validates that you are really doing
business with us (not an impostor) and that the information that you are sending
can not be intercepted or decrypted by anyone other than us. To verify that your
session is secure, look for https: instead of http: in the URL address line, and
a secure symbol (for example, closed padlock or key) on the status bar of your browser
located on the lower part of the screen. If you would like to view our Certification
Practices Statement, click here.
We have a number of other security procedures in place, which we must keep confidential
in order to maintain their security. They are designed so that our Internet partnership
may be a safe and secure one.
These controls are designed to allow us to take a proactive approach and ensure
a secure transaction environment. We also encourage you, the customer, to take steps
in protecting your personal information.
- Never share your password with anyone. REMEMBER, an UTA REPRESENTATIVE WILL NEVER
ASK YOU FOR YOUR PASSWORD.
- We recommend that you change your Password on a regular basis. You should change
your password immediately if you think that it may have been compromised and contact
- Consider using a personal firewall to prevent hackers from invading your personal
computer, especially if you are using DSL or Cable Modem to access the Internet.
- Install virus protection software and scan all downloaded software as well as all
diskettes before use. Also, do not accept email attachments from unknown sources.
- When done with your transactions, always click on the logoff button on the site
to exit out of the application. When using a public PC (such as in a library or
school), close the browser when you are finished.
For more information on how to prevent identity theft and what to do if you are
a victim of identity theft, visit the Federal Trade Commission's website at
Changes to this Statement
If we change our Security Statement, we will post the revised statement here. If
we make significant changes to our statement, we may also notify you by other means,
such as sending an email or posting a notice on our home page.
If you are a U.S. customer and have questions about our online Security Statement
or your account, please call 1-800-759-6786, or please E-mail us at