Sensitive information transmitted between you and State Farm over the Internet is protected through the use of SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol and encryption of up to 128 bits. SSL is an encryption system that creates a secure environment for information that is passed between your computer and State Farm.
Keeping Your Information Safe
If you're using a public computer, please do not check the "Remember me" box under the log-in form.
You should never share your password with anyone. A State Farm agent or employee will never ask you for your password.