Karvy Insurance Repository is committed to protecting your information. We have industry standard and proprietary network monitoring tools constantly running in our system in order to prevent security breaches and protect the security of your data.

We also post to a secure page when you're logging in and employ industry standard encryption. This may not always be apparent from the URL (web address), but rest assured our logins are secure.

Here are a few things you can do to keep your account safe:

  • Pick a unique and strong password.

    Use combinations of letters (Case sensitive), numbers and special characters and don't use this password for any of your other accounts.

  • Never share your login information.

    Sometimes people or pages will promise you something (ex: free coupons) if you share your login info with them. These types of deals are carried out by cyber criminals and violate the terms. If you're ever asked to re-enter your password on Karvy Insurance Repository (ex: you're making changes to your account settings) check to make sure the address of the page still has the URL.

  • Update your browser.

    The newest versions of internet browsers have built in security protections. For example, they might be able to warn you if you're about to go to a suspected phishing site.

  • Run anti-virus software

    To protect yourself from viruses and malware. If you think you have malware on your computer, we can help you clean it up:

    1. Change your password
    2. Scan your computer
    3. Upgrade your browser.
    4. Remove any suspicious browser add-ons
  • Many phishers attempt to trick people with fake offers of free, rare, secret or exclusive digital goods (ex: coins, chips, gifts, etc.). Beware of:

    1. Messages with misspellings and typos, multiple fonts or oddly placed accents.
    2. Messages that claim to have your password attached. Karvy Insurance Repository will never send you your password as an attachment.
    3. Mismatched links: When you hover over a link, look at the status bar at the bottom of your browser window, and make sure the link actually goes to the place shown in the email.
    4. Messages asking for your personal information. Karvy Insurance Repository will never ask you for:
      • Your account password
      • Your social security number or tax identification number
      • Your full credit card number or PIN
    5. Messages claiming that your account will be deleted or locked unless you take immediate action.

    If you think you've received a phishing email, please forward this to While we won't reply to every report, we'll use this information to investigate and take action where possible.

  • Think before you click or download anything.

    Never click suspicious links, even if they come from a friend or a company you know. If one of your friends clicks on spam they could accidentally send you that spam. You also shouldn't download things (ex: a.exe file) if you aren’t sure what they are.