Alarm.com uses a trusted third party for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection between the customer and Alarm.com interfaces. The certificate requires that the user be authenticated. Secure cookies are used to store timeout and validation information about the session. All data passed through the Secure Sockets and all passwords are one-way encrypted.
Alarm.com has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse, and alteration of customer information. We protect customer information through a unique username and password, and we protect certain sensitive communications with our website through server authentication and secure connections.
Alarm.com uses Thawte for our SSL. The details of the certificate are available when you click on the lock icon when going to https://www.alarm.com.