The Cape Cod Fisheries Trust does the hard work to keep fresh filets on our plates and boats in our harbors. We are proud to work side by side with fishermen who are passionate about their jobs and the ocean.
Fish Hub passwords should be unique. Using the same password for some or all of your online accounts is a major security risk. If any online service you are using is compromised, the credentials you have there can be used to gain access to other services.
Passwords need to be a minimum of 8 characters, with a mix of upper and lowercase, numbers and symbols.
On any “Share” popup you can specify if you would like to keep your information private, share your information with an individual user(s), the Program Manager of a Quota Program, or everyone.
Fish Hub supports a private file system. Files stored via this system are not directly accessible via a URL. Access requires membership in the same Fish Hub community and explicit permission from the file owner.
Fish Hub has a built-in permissions system. User data that is of a personal or confidential business nature is secured from access by other users without explicit permission of the author.
Fish Hub server is kept up to date with the latest security patches and updates to ensure maximum protection from attacks.
Below is a table that summarizes the information you may enter in Fish Hub, and what can be seen and by whom, depending if you choose to share your information: