Are you concerned about porn privacy?  Data protection, online security and cyber hacking are all buzzwords relating to privacy and security whilst accessing and downloading adult content, either from a website or an app. The fear of cyber hacking has reached new heights, but luckily for Lazeeva, there are specific measures already in place ensuring that you can just enjoy without too much to worry.

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Lazeeva’s Adult App Store has a 3xPrivacy Protection system in place as a standard protocol for it’s user base:

  • Camouflaged app icon on mobile device.
  • User defined pin protection for app store access.
  • Hidden app shelf on the app store.

This provides users with the option of implementing all three measures to ensure individual privacy is maintained.

While this is an effective method for online security, for those who aren’t so familiar with the importance of data protection and it’s relevance in the modern world, you may be wondering why this has become such a crucial area of development for businesses, particularly those who are collecting or using sensitive data.

According to ITRC’s latest statistics on identity theft, in 2017 there have been over 16 million records exposed in over 850 cases of cyber hacking in the US alone. These occurred in numerous sectors including Banking / Financial Services, General Business, Education, Governmental, Military and Healthcare. All of which, obtain some of the most detailed and sensitive information that could lead to devastating consequences for both the companies involved and it’s user base. Moreover, when it comes to information pertaining to an individual’s private life and lifestyle interests, it can be just as, if not more damaging.

Two recent examples of identity theft in relation to adult entertainment and lifestyle services are the Ashley Madison data dump and the fake Pornhub app ransomware attack. Two slightly different strategies that dealt serious blows to the users.

So aside from the 3 x privacy protection, what makes the Lazeeva App Store more secure than most adult websites, apps and app stores?

Malware Security

Lazeeva.com; the official website and main download location for the Lazeeva App Store is SSL-Secured; meaning all sensitive data is sent to the company’s highly secured server via private connection. The page is also scanned daily via Norton Security, a global leader in online security.

The third-party apps themselves made available via the App Store, are malware scanned and cleared before being published. Not only that, but the entire store itself is scanned multiple times everyday in order to detect any possible malware infections that could be a linked to an app after it’s been pushed live. This ensures it is clean and user-friendly at all times.

Payment Security

Rather than entering credit or debit card information into the individual apps, users purchase virtual tokens called Lazeeva Pearls on the Lazeeva App Store. By doing this, users only share payment information with Lazeeva and no third-party publishers. Lazeeva, however, does not record or store any payment information such as credit card or banking account data – for your safety, security and trust!

Also, to ensure that billing is also just as discreet as the app store, all transactions made to Lazeeva appear as payments to it’s operator, Nu*Emotions.

Privacy

As aforementioned in the 3 x privacy protection policy, users can save and access the Lazeeva App Store and all it’s downloaded apps in a very discreet manner; users can hide the app store behind a different icon on their mobile home screen, set their own 4-digit passcode to prevent any unauthorised access and can only use the downloaded apps within the app store itself.

Lazeeva not only employs moral and ethical standards in terms of it’s approved content, the company also takes it’s users privacy and online security just as seriously. Hopefully, more businesses in the adult sector will take heed of the recent events that have transpired within the cyber security arena and will implement their own measures to ensure customers are not compromised and that everyone can browse content without the looming fear of data theft.

Written for Lazeeva by Burn The Night