Your responses remain anonymous
Our Ballot Engine™ platform and business processes ensure that your voting preference remains anonymous at all times… even to CorpVote personnel.
Respondent anonymity is a non-negotiable condition when we are engaged to conduct a secret ballot on behalf of a client.
The only way that a response in any of our ballot or election processes can be identified as coming from you is if you disclose this information yourself.
Encrypted voting connection
We use session encryption for all ballots and elections.
When your browser connects to our system and before you lodge a response, the link between your browser and our system is secured using an encryption process known as Transport Layer Security, or TLS (previously known as Secure Socket Layer, or SSL).
CorpVote employs the highest standard of TLS implementation supported by server authentication certificates that includes Extended Validation (EV). EV means that we have passed a rigorous identification process to certify our right to use the CorpVote domain name, that our business is a legal entity, and that the TLS certificate requester is an employee of CorpVote and authorised to obtain the certificate. EV TLS not only authenticates our TLS connection, but also verifies our organisation’s identity to protect against phishing (false voting websites).
We use Thawte EV TLS Certificates. Thawte is a leading global Certification Authority.
Questions and feedback
If you have any questions about voter privacy, or believe that we have at any time failed to keep our privacy commitments as stated above, please contact us at:
CorpVote Pty Ltd
PO Box 2432
Fitzroy VIC 3065
Phone 1300 147 797