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The entire American Century Investments® Web site is secured with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates. A secure connection means that all communications between your browser and our Web servers are encrypted, or scrambled, so that the data you exchange with our site is protected.
Encryption refers to the process of scrambling information so that it is viewable only by its intended recipient. There are two levels of encryption your browser can support:
In broad terms, the difference is akin to securing your financial information behind a deadbolt versus a bank vault. 128-bit encryption is trillions of times stronger than 40-bit encryption.
American Century Investments currently requires that your browser support 128-bit encryption and Secure Socket Layer v3 (SSL v3) for secure online sessions.
If your browser does not support 128-bit encryption and SSL (v3), please visit the
Web sites to upgrade your browser to the current version with 128-bit encryption and SSL (v3) support.
Generally, there are three steps involved to establish a secure connection between your browser and American Century Investments' servers.
If for any reason your session is no longer secure, you will be disconnected from online account access.
Some areas of the site are subject to greater levels of security than others. American Century Investments uses encryption algorithms and other security protections in addition to SSL and 128-bit encryption whenever your personal and/or financial information is involved, such as when you:
An SSL Certificate is issued by a trusted Certificate Authority (CA). Our site is secured by certificates issued by VeriSign, the SSL Certificate provider of choice for over 93% of the Fortune 500. You can click the VeriSign SecuredTM Seal on any of our pages to view our certificate information.
Every SSL Certificate is created for and issued to a specific, verified business' Web site domain. It identifies the site much like a driver's license. When you access our Web site, your browser authenticates our SSL certificate. If the information does not match or the certificate has expired, the browser displays an error message. Depending on your browser settings, a site with an invalid or expired certificate may not display at all.