SendGrant Security

SendGrant is dedicated to securely sending your grant money with leading encryption, processing, and validation methods.


Security Breakdown

  • Secure technology

  • Protecting your money

  • Security reporting

  • Privacy

SendGrant uses state-of-the-art cryptographic algorithms during data transmission (HTTPS with RSA 2048 bit key and SHA 256 with RSA certificate) and with AES 256 encryption of our databases (AES 256 encryption). Our servers are hosted by Google Cloud Services in SOC 1, 2, and 3 certified data centers with 24x7 monitoring.

Your money is held in a secure account and transfers are handled by our payment provider, Dwolla, and their partner bank, Veridian Credit Union.  Your money is never in a SendGrant account and SendGrant does not store your bank account numbers in its servers.

Think you’ve found a security issue with SendGrant or your transaction? Contact to report it for validation.

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What are cryptographic algorithms?

Cryptographic algorithms are sequences of processes, or rules, used to encipher and decipher messages in a cryptographic system. In simple terms, they're processes that protect data by making sure that unwanted people can't access it. These algorithms have a wide variety of uses, including ensuring secure and authenticated financial transactions. 

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What is AES Encryption?

This advanced encryption standard is used by the National Security Agency (NSA) along with multiple industries, including online banking... It's unparalleled in the amount of security and protection it offers.

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Who is Dwolla?

Dwolla is a leading payments platform provider and in 2012 introduced the first real-time payments platform in the industry.  SendGrant uses Dwolla's platform to provide ACH payment services, and secure payment processing. 

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Why do we use Google Cloud?

Google Cloud (also known as Google Cloud Platform or GCP) is a provider of computing resources for developing, deploying, and operating applications on the Web.  GCP runs in Google’s data centers, so we can take advantage of Google’s global network and vast experience with serving applications to billions of people around the world.

Data stored on Google Cloud infrastructure is automatically encrypted at rest and distributed for availability and reliability. This helps guard against unauthorized access and service interruptions.

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