Invesco's Security Policy
Privacy refers to the collection and use of your personal information, whereas website security is a system of safeguards that prevent unauthorized parties from reading or modifying information in secured areas.
Our site uses current Web server technology, which provides us with data encryption and authentication features. Certain communications between you and invesco.com are protected by a "Secure Sockets Layer" (SSL), which will let you know when the page you are viewing is secure.
SSL technology is used to establish a secure connection between your PC and the Web server. SSL allows all data transmitted between the server and your computer to be encrypted - even while traveling across multiple networks. The encryption is achieved through an electronic scrambling technology that uses "keys" to encrypt and decrypt data. The keys for each secure session are established and retired automatically by the SSL program; it is not necessary for you to learn to operate an encryption program. Invesco uses SSL encryption that provides the maximum encryption key length allowed by your browser (up to 128 bits) when transmitting your information. The longer the key, the more secure the encrypted data. A 128-bit key is like a 16-character password.
Of course, no security system is completely foolproof, and no website can guarantee that it is impervious to security breaches. Be assured, however, that Invesco takes security issues very seriously, and we strive to use the most up-to-date security measures possible.
To personalize your experience on our website, we may assign your computer browser a unique random ID, called a "cookie." A cookie is a small file that is sent to your computer by a website's server. A cookie can be a record of your visit to a site, including such information as your username, registration information, time of last visit, pages viewed, etc.
We may use a combination of “persistent cookies” (cookies that remain on your hard drive for an extended period of time) and “session ID cookies” (cookies that expire when you close your browser) on the website to, for example, track overall site usage.
Certain portions of our site may require that you accept cookies if you wish to enter. While you are inside our website, you may receive a pop-up box asking if you would like to "accept the cookie" (assuming you have your browser preferences set to notify you about cookies). You must answer "yes" in order to advance beyond the area that prompted the message.
Cookies enhance website performance in several important ways. For example, cookies provide a secure way for us to verify your identity during your online session, they personalize your experience on our site, and they make your visit to our site more convenient. They also allow us to understand how people are using our site so that we can improve your experience.
You can clear any and all cookies from your hard drive anytime you wish. However, deleting these cookies may mean that any long-term settings (such as your stored username) will need to be reset. You can also set your browser not to accept cookies or to alert you each time you receive one. However, we recommend that you not do so. You might find it cumbersome to constantly re-enter information and to be alerted to each cookie you'll encounter. You should note that refusing cookies may have a negative impact on the functionality and usability of the website.
We do not respond to or honor “Do Not Track” requests at this time.
If for any reason you wish to block access to your account information from this web site, simply complete the Block Account Access Form or call 800.959.4246 and ask that your account be blocked from the web site.