1. What personal information is collected by ISC Jobs when you visit our website, blog or application?
When you first register on our website, you may be required to enter your email address. Other information may also be asked in some cases. We ask this information to improve your experience with us.
2. When is your personal information collected?
Your information is collected when you fill a form or enter personal information on our site in any other way.
3. How is your information used?
We may use your information collected while registering on our site, signing up for our newsletter, responding to a marketing communication or a survey, surfing on the site and using specific site features. It’s mainly used for follow up after the initial correspondence.
4. How will your information be protected?
We don’t use vulnerability scans or scan following the PCI standards, since we only offer information and articles. Regular malware scans are sufficient as we don’t ask for credit card numbers.
Apart from this, your personal information is protected behind security networks. It is only accessible to a restricted number of people with particular access rights to these systems. Also, they are required to keep it confidential. Additionally, all sensitive information including credit details is encrypted through Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate.
We also implement a number of security measures, maintaining safety of your information whenever you enter, submit or access any information.
However, if you choose to turn off cookies, your site experience will be affected. It will disable a few features or make them ineffective.
We don’t sell, transfer or trade your personal information to a third party, unless we have notified you in advance.
This doesn’t include our web hosting partners or any party that helps us in operating the website, conducting business, or serving a user as long as these parties keep the information confidential.
Also, we may release information if and when appropriate, to comply with the law or our site policies, or to protect ours or others’ rights, safety and property.
Non-personally identifiable details may be provided to third parties for advertising, marketing and other purposes.
We don’t offer or include third party products or their services on our site.
Google’s advertising requirements are explained in Google Advertising Principles here: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1316548?hl=en. These are included to offer a positive experience to all our users.
We have implemented Demographics and Interest Reporting. Our site and third party vendors like Google use following to gather data about how the site is being used.
- First-party cookies (example, Google Analytics cookies)
- Third-party cookies (example, Double Click cookie)
- Third-party identifiers
You can set preferences to manage how Google advertises to you by simply clicking on Google Ad Settings. Or, you can opt out with a visit to the Opt Out page of Network Advertising Initiative or Opt Out browser add-on of Google Analytics.
CalOPPA- California Online Privacy Protection Act
Read more about the law here: http://consumercal.org/california-online-privacy-protection-act-caloppa/#sthash.0FdRbT51.dpuf
We agree to follow these regulations:
- You can visit our site anonymously.
- You can modify your personal information by simply emailing us.
6. How do we handle ‘Do Not Track’ requests?
We respect these signals and do not track, plant cookies or advertise whenever a DNT browser setting is in place.
7. Does the site allow behavioral tracking by a third-party?
No, we do not allow such tracking.
COPPA – Children Online Privacy Protection Act
The regulation puts parents in control when it comes to personal information of children under 13 years of age. The country’s consumer protection agency, the Federal Trade Commission, enforces COPPPA. It dictates what steps site operators as well as online services must take to ensure children’s privacy and safety is protected online.
Fair Information practices
The U.S. privacy law is majorly concerned with Fair Information Practices Principles. It has played an important role in developing data protection laws around the world.
Learning about these principles and their implementation is essential to maintain compliance with these and other laws that are in place for personal information protection.
In case a data breach occurs, we will take following actions, complying with the Fair Information Practices:
- We will notify a breach through email in 7 business days
- We agree to another principle, Individual Redress Principle that allows individuals the right to legally pursue their rights against data processors and/or collectors who failed to adhere to these principles. It states that individuals have rights that are enforceable against the data users, and that they have recourse to government agencies and courts to investigate non-compliance by these parties.
CAN SPAM Act
This law sets rules for commercial emails and messages, gives recipients a right to have these emails stopped from being sent to their inbox, and dictates tough penalties for any and all violations.
We collect email addresses to send you information or respond to your questions, inquiries or other requests.
To comply with CAN SPAM, we agree to:
- Not use misleading or false subject lines or email addresses
- Include our business’s physical address or site headquarters
- Identify advertisement messages in a reasonable manner
- Monitor third-party marketing emails for compliance, if used
- Honor unsubscribe/opt out requests in a timely manner
- Allow users to opt out or unsubscribe using a link at the end of each email
If you want to unsubscribe from emails at any time, you can follow the instructions included at the end of the email and we will remove you from all future correspondence promptly.