This Policy should answer your questions about:
- The types of information we collect;
- How information is used by Consuleris and shared with others;
- What security measures we take to safeguard information.
Types Of Information We Collect
In order to facilitate interactions with Consuleris and manage the business operations of Consuleris and its related entities, Consuleris may collect and maintain information about individuals from different sources, including, for example:
- When you voluntarily provide us with information;
- From your browser, when you visit our Web sites and your browser interacts with our site;
- Your transactions with Consuleris, including the use of Consuleris’ products and services.
“Personally Identifiable Information” (also referred to as “Personal Data”) is any information that identifies you personally, either alone or in combination with other information available from Consuleris. Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”) does not include information that does not identify an individual. On some Consuleris sites, you may be able to register for and/or order Consuleris products or services, participate in surveys, request information, or apply for a position, which may require that you provide PII.
Individuals Under 13
Consuleris does not knowingly collect PII from children under the age of 13 and Consuleris does not target its Web sites to children under 13.
How Information May Be Used
Personally Identifiable Information (PII) received or collected by Consuleris is used primarily to complete transactions, fulfill requests, and also to facilitate performance of contracts between Consuleris and participants in Consuleris’ programs and services or as otherwise required by Consuleris’ business practices or needs. PII is made available to Consuleris employees in the customary exercise of their duties. Additionally, Consuleris may contract with third party service providers, contractors and suppliers to conduct surveys or provide products, services, or other customer solutions to you based upon and using the information Consuleris gathers and receives. Consuleris contractors may have access to PII in the course of assisting in Consuleris’ business operations and providing services to you. Consuleris endeavors to limit access to Personally Identifiable Information by such third parties to that which is necessary for the contractor to perform its designated functions. Although we use all reasonable means to ensure that the information you provide is not used by such third parties for purposes other than described in this policy, Consuleris is not responsible for any improper use of PII that is beyond our reasonable control.
Keeping Information Secure
To reduce the likelihood of unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction of information, to maintain data accuracy, to safeguard and secure the information in the database, Consuleris has put in place physical, electronic, and managerial procedures that Consuleris believes to be reasonable. Consuleris currently uses the Secure Socket Layers (SSL) protocol to help protect information in transit over the Internet. Consuleris employs firewalls to reduce the likelihood of unauthorized access via the Internet.
You can also help to keep information secure. Create secure passwords (i.e., difficult for someone else to figure out). Use a combination of special characters, number and upper and lower case letters. Change passwords frequently and do not share usernames and passwords or give your password to anyone.
Disclosure Of PII for Legal Reasons
Links To Non-Consuleris Web sites
Consuleris websites may provide links to third party companies’ websites for your convenience and information. If you access such links, you leave Consuleris’ website. Consuleris does not control such sites or their privacy policies or practices.
Your use of the Consuleris site and its services indicates you understand this policy and agree to the collection and use of the information discussed herein.