- Client Account. Client is solely responsible for the content of the Client Account and maintaining the accuracy of Client’s profile information, including information relating to Authorized Individuals. Upon termination or separation of an Authorized Individual’s relationship with Client, Client shall immediately revoke the Authorized Individual’s access to the Portal and the Client Account. The Companies reserve the right to revoke Client’s or any Authorized Individual’s access to the Portal at any time without notice.
- Log-In Credentials. Client will implement policies and procedures to prevent unauthorized use of the log-in credentials (where such log-in credentials permit Authorized Individuals to access to the Portal) (“Log-In Credentials”). Log-In Credentials are for a single Authorized Individual and Client shall ensure that its Authorized Individuals do not share Log-In Credentials. The Authorized Individuals of the Client Account shall be responsible for appropriate use, access and protection of Log-In Credentials and the Client Account. It is recommended that End User and each Authorized Individual shall change the password associated with their Log-In Credentials no less than one (1) time every three (3) months.
- Unauthorized Access. Client shall promptly notify the Companies at email@example.com if Client or an Authorized Individual reasonably suspects or confirms that a Log-In Credential has been (i) lost, stolen, compromised, or misused, (ii) used, accessed, or acquired in an unauthorized manner or by any unauthorized person, or (iii) used for any purpose other than legitimate business reasons. Client shall be responsible for any unauthorized use of or access to Log-In Credentials or the Portal, or any actions required as a result thereof.
Last updated: 1/26/2023