Security information

When you use this website, you're using industry standard security protocols. The same sort of thing your bank uses for online security. Here's the details:

Data security

All information going to and from the website is locked up with 256-bit SSL encryption. That's the security you get with online banking and online shopping. You can confirm this by looking for the padlock icon in your browser's address bar.

Your data is stored on servers at the Powergate data centre, London, which has strict physical access protocols. The facilities are controlled with a permanent manned security presence and use multi-layered physical security including a secure perimeter, biometrics and video surveillance.

No plain text data is stored in our databases. A custom 256-bit encryption algorithm is used to ensure that only you and those you authorise have access to the information entered into your agreements.


Do you back up your data? You don't have to worry about that with Resolution. Your data is saved in real-time whilst you're using the site, and we take multiple backups so in the unlikely event of a server crash your agreements are safe.

Computer failure or loss

What if you lose your computer? If your hard drive goes boom? If someone walks away with your laptop at Starbucks? Your agreements are safe with us. Since the data lives on our secure servers, your data is intact even if your computer isn't.

Friendly advice

Even with all these built-in security features, you should still take the same precautions you would take with other secure online transactions:

  • Keep your password secure. Don't choose passwords that can be easily guessed. Don't use the same password for multiple accounts. Don't write your password down in a place where it could be found.
  • Keep your computer, tablet or phone secure. If you're signed into the site or any other secure service, don't leave your computer unattended, especially in a public space.
  • Keep your browser software up to date. We like Firefox and Chrome. Whatever your browser of choice, make sure you download security updates as they're released.