eHealth Saskatchewan Security Policy

This Security Policy was last updated on June 15, 2013.

  1. Security at eHealth

Saskatchewan eHealth ("eHealth") considers security and data protection to be vital to eHealth's website and services (the services and website are collectively referred to as the "eHealth Services").

eHealth has taken reasonable steps to assist in the protection of its users' information, including the use of firewall technology and the implementation of reasonable internal security policies and procedures. eHealth will continue to monitor security issues and will update and improve security when it is reasonable and practical to do so.

However, it is important to note that the internet is not a secure method of communication and eHealth cannot guarantee the privacy or security of user information submitted through use of the eHealth Services or by email over the internet. No security or encryption we provide can protect against every circumstance.

  1. Internet and E-mail Transmission/Viruses

Internet software or electronic transmission errors may produce inaccurate or incomplete copies of the content available through the eHealth Services when downloaded and displayed on any computer or device. eHealth does not assume any liability or responsibility whatsoever for computer viruses or other destructive programs received during the electronic transmission of such content of the eHealth Services or any websites accessed through links provided therein. Any unprotected email communication over the internet is, as with communication via any other medium (e.g. cellular phones, post office mail), subject to possible interception or loss, and is also subject to possible alteration.

  1. Your Responsibilities

You are responsible for the general security associated with your personal computer or other device you may use to access the eHealth Services.

eHealth suggests you take additional measures to protect your security. These may include:


  1. Password Selection

You may be required or permitted to set or change the password to your eHealth user account from time to time. Certain password selection rules will be automatically enforced at the time of selection. In addition, any password selected by you shall:

  1. Changes

eHealth reserves the right to alter, add, remove or otherwise modify this Security Policy, at any time and in its sole discretion. Your continued use of any of the eHealth Services shall be construed as acceptance of this Security Policy. It is recommended that you review the Security Policy regularly.

Government Of Saskatchewan