After you sign up for evPulse you will be prompted to sign into your EV or EVSE account to establish a connection between your vehicle and evPulse. evPulse then receives your vehicle data in order to provide you the evPulse experience and program benefits. evPulse may share relevant EV data with your utility and your EV or EVSE provider in order to facilitate program participation and further improve evPulse. This EV data includes information such as how much EV charging has occurred, when EV charging occurs, and whether EV charging occurred at home or away from home.
evPulse is committed to securing users’ data. We maintain stringent data security procedures to prevent details about our users and their charging and driving patterns from being misused or disclosed to unauthorized parties.
The evPulse platform uses SSL/TLS encryption to secure communications with various external data sources, such as utilities and vehicles. evPulse also uses AES-256 encryption for securing personal information (PI), personally identifiable information (PII), and data at rest, hosted in our own virtual private cloud (VPC). Additionally, our information security management program is aligned with industry best practices and highly regarded IT governance frameworks such as ISO:27001, SOC2, and NIST CSF. This means we uphold the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of customer data in the utmost regard.