Users can access their JINGL account only with a valid username and password. If a user chooses to have JINGL remember their login, user sessions are stored in an encrypted cookie locked to that machine which does not reveal any login information. The application architecture follows all best practices to ensure users only have access to information to which they are given permission. A security model is enforced at every level of the application to prevent a user of another account from accessing your information. JINGL employees do not have direct access to data stored on the JINGL servers, except where necessary for system maintenance and backups.