Yes! We protect you by ensuring all web traffic to and from our servers is encrypted using TLS (specifically SSL). We also perform a number of other security activities such as regenerating a user's session key upon log in to protect against session fixation.
Our web application framework is one of the most reliable and secure frameworks out there that protects against common attacks such as SQL injections.
On top of having a good architecture and strict professional development practices, we use multiple security systems and services such as web application firewalls from companies like Incapsula (http://www.incapsula.com) to actively monitor, detect and prevent potential exploits. This ensures that our systems are reliable against hacking attempts, load and denial of service attacks (DDOS).
Furthermore, our system is structured so that there is very little personally identifiable information available in the front end and withdrawals can only be made to the withdrawal details that you have provided initially. To change withdrawal details we require that you contact our Coinfloor Support and prove your identity again before we enable the ability to modify (once) your withdrawal details.
For security reasons, we can't disclose all the security measures we employ and so we can only mention ones that can be independently determined.