It is very important to us at securityinstitute.ca to ensure that this,
and every subsequent visit you make to our website, is with complete
peace of mind. You have every right to trust and to expect
confidentiality, and we respect this right.
Your privacy is our priority. As such, we believe
you should have an overview of how we collect data about the people
who visit our site and what we do with that data. The following are
the policies that we have put in place to ensure such an environment
Use of Content
Every time you visit securityinstitute.ca, you
may be providing some, even all, of the following information:
- Anonymous information
- Aggregate Data
- Any personally identifiable information you knowingly provide us
If you are concerned about securityinstitute.ca
or selling any personally identifiable information to any
telemarketing, direct marketing or commercial mass email
companies, agents or representatives, you should not. Because we
will not do that. if you tell us it's okay to do so. Here are the
only instances securityinstitute.ca could maybe, perhaps, possibly
send personally identifiable information to other companies or
- You have given securityinstitute.ca your explicit permission
to share this information;
- securityinstitute.ca needs to share the information to
provide a product or service you requested;
- If securityinstitute.ca believes, in good faith, that such
action is necessary to comply with a judicial proceeding,
court order or other legal process;
- If securityinstitute.ca finds that your actions on the
securityinstitute.ca website violates the securityinstitute.ca
for specific products or services.
Disclaimers & Liability
At securityinstitute.ca, we collect information to provide more services
and benefits to you. We do not collect any personal information
but what you did while you were visiting our website.
This information provides securityinstitute.ca with valuable feedback
which we use to improve both our site and our services. One good
example: we can inform securityinstitute.ca advertisers how many people
saw or clicked on their ads - plus, how many people saw or clicked on
ads in different sections of our website.
We also monitor information so that we can produce aggregate reports
for internal use - and for use by third parties, including
securityinstitute.ca advertisers. Aggregate reports are mostly
statistical and deal with information like people behavior and number
of total visits and page views not about individual behavior.
From time to time we may release information about aggregate user
characteristics, but we do not include any personally identifiable
information about you or your individual online usage patterns.
securityinstitute.ca collects information about your site usage through
cookies and through our server log files, including IP
Addresses. Please note that securityinstitute.ca does not link IP
Addresses to any personally identifiable information. With
cookies, we can customize areas of
securityinstitute.ca content according to your preferences. What's
more, Cookies allow us to target our advertisements and limit the
number of times you see pop-ups on our site. Cookies tell us nothing
about you personally, unless of course you elect to give us
additional information about yourself.
You can always disable the cookie function if you so choose in your
browsers settings. However, we can not guarantee that our website will
work properly. You may lose the ability to use some of its advanced
features at securityinstitute.ca.
Some of the banner and display ads on securityinstitute.ca are provided
by third party ad servers. These ads may also contain cookies.
Information collected through cookies associated with third party ads
are collected by the third party and we do not always have access to
this information. It is our policy, however, to only use reputable
third parties with their own good privacy policies to serve the
advertisements that are placed within our website.
If you order any products or services from securityinstitute.ca we will
collect personally identifiable data from you in order to process the
transaction and to provide you with the support and tools required to
maintain and modify your directory listings.
We also collect personally identifiable data in other situations where
you knowingly provide us with such information. For example, when you
complete online surveys, participate in a sweepstakes or contest, or
communicate with our Staff.
securityinstitute.ca understands how important it is to protect you and
your information. We take security seriously, online and offline. All
sensitive information, including credit card details, is encrypted
using the very latest server technology. Your browser should let you
know when you are about to make a secure connection by an image of an
unbroken key or a closed lock (as shown below) at the bottom corner of
your browser. If the image is broken or open, your connection is not
secure. From time to time, securityinstitute.ca may amend this policy to
provide our visitors the latest tools and techniques being developed.