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Here's What Professionals In the Industry are Saying
"We learned about Blindhash from Club Benchmarking and their involvement in the Clubessential Digital Summit. Our club has made substantial investment in our online system and cyber security, the cost of $50/month is an inexpensive insurance policy that demonstrates to our members how committed we are to protecting their password data. The activation was seamless and did not impact our staff or members. Adding another level of security and providing a higher degree of protection for our members was clearly the right thing to do.”
Edmund J. McGuire, CPA, CHAE, CGMA
"If your club is working toward cybersecurity in any way, then activating BlindHash Cyber is an easy decision to get started. Every layer of cybersecurity is important. BlindHash is a low cost, beneficial cybersecurity layer. Member Portal websites can use this protection and it provides great value, especially considering the low cost and easy activation. I view this technology as a solid way to demonstrate to the members that a club is making best efforts to secure their data."
CC Tech Partners
"Club Benchmarking recommends to all our clients that they enact best practices when it comes to security. An easy and important step in that direction is to protect member passwords with BlindHash Cyber. The software architect who developed the Club Benchmarking platform had an idea that changed password security. We received a patent on the idea as a result of its novelty. We use BlindHash Cyber on the Club Benchmarking website making our password security the strongest available in the world. I think every club should also use the technology to protect their member's passwords."
“This was really a no-brainer for us. The installation was simple and our members were not required to take any action. We are all told that we should not use the same passwords at multiple sites, but we know that in reality our members will use the same password again if they can. We are now confident that if a member’s password is compromised from an offline attack that it did not happen on our site.”