Very good question. We already have prior to the launch of OvuSense we already had that issue of course because we are operating within an app environment currently. When you download your data from your sensor, nobody but you can download that data to any other version of the. That’s the first step in the chain. Those two things are connected and they are connected to a single patient ID – there’s no way that anybody else can get that data. Once it’s in the app, the next time you connect to the internet it will connect using an encrypted connection to a specific database which we operate on a separate server using a commercial program to log those data. The only pieces of information we retain about each customer is their e-mail address and, if they provide it, the date of birth and how long they’ve been trying to conceive. We don’t, actually, retain the name of the customer.
We’ve just added in the fact that we need to know where you’re located when you’re using this ever since this is because there are certain data restrictions in various countries. In Germany and the UAE, the data that you provide to a company like ourselves has to be stored under specific circumstances for those countries. We use an encrypted methodology and then the Pro basically uses the same database for access but again that is encrypted and password-protected entry into the database. The last piece of the chain which is very important is the user that decides whether or not the clinician can connect to their data and they do that through the app. They have complete control over whether or not the clinician can see their data and how long for and when, whether they want to stop doing that, that’s the under the complete control of the user.