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How does Vested keep my personal information secure?

Vested uses robust security measures to protect your personal information. Vested employs 256-bit encryption and a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), ensuring a high level of security on our platform. Additionally, the platform uses advanced login methods, automatically logs users out after periods of inactivity, and carries carry out ID verification procedures. These measures are in place to safeguard your data and prevent unauthorized access to your account.
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