Today’s operations and systems depend on technology, whether we buy it, rent it, or build it ourselves. We have embraced technology and trust companies to protect our information and keep us safe when we order a ride from an app and hop inside the car of a complete stranger. We need to have the reassurance that we’re protected. At VeriToll, cybersecurity and privacy is a core tenant to building technology you can trust. Our platforms AuditToll and CrowdToll do image review and toll system auditing as a service making it more accurate, timely, scalable, and less expensive. The concept of Software as a service (Saas) is used and has been proven successfully across multiple industries. VeriToll platforms leverage mobile, cloud and crowdsourcing technologies to offer Tolling as a Service to partners and clients within our industry. Here’s our approach to cybersecurity and privacy with regards to these three key pillars:
We increase the security and privacy of our mobile users by limiting the amount of data we collect, encrypting how the data is sent and stored, and allowing the data to become anonymous. With many services supporting mobile-only solutions, it is important to ensure mobile platforms have strong security and privacy.
Cloud computing is a big part of how we operate at VeriToll. We use data segregation, encryption, and access controls to secure and protect the data we process. We have patented technologies to increase the privacy of data we process. The adoption of cloud computing is rapidly growing and implementing security in the cloud also grows in importance.
We use people’s input (the “crowd”) in our platforms and we ensure we protect both our clients and the crowd. Our clients trust us to protect their operation and information and the crowd trusts us to protect their privacy when using our platforms. We keep the tasks discreet, securely share and monitor data exchange, and segment the information a single person can see using our license plate technology. See video below to learn how it works.
With the challenges and precautions required by COVID-19, many companies were forced to adapt quickly and trust different technologies and working models for remote and distributed work in order to remain operational. Having a system you can trust to keep people (employees or the crowd) safely at home and at the same time support operations in a seamless, efficient, and secure manner is a win-win for all.