Because you need to know what happens to your data.
What information do we collect about you?
By completing the contact form on this website or emailing us directly you are providing us with your business information. We treat information that you pass to us as being business information. However, we treat all information as sensitive and work to protect and encrypt you data where-ever possible.
How will we use the information about you?
We use your submitted information in order to contact you as per your request and process your orders, services that you have requested.
Logically Secure do not sell or pass your information to any 3rd party. We also do not buy such information. Our database contains only data from people that actively contacted us or agreed for us to hold there data (by allowing us to scan their badge at public events and shows (like Infosecurity).
Where is my information stored?
Your information is held on a cloud server (crm.zoho.eu) and our ‘area’ on that site can only be accessed by named staff who can only access it from our company public IP address range. We have enabled 2-factor authentication on this site and we audit their access and use of the data on a regular basis.
Your details may reside on the following other locations:
- On our O365 mail accounts (as we contact and correspond with you).
- On our O365 SharePoint servers [with optional extra encryption enabled] (where your license and support requirements are tracked ).
- On our business centre O365 (marketing lists are held there and emails are sent from there).
- On our www.cybercpr.com website where you can login to download our software and support documents.
If you would like to discuss any aspect of how your data is managed whilst held by Logically Secure, please contact us.
Access to your information and updating
You have the right to request a copy of the information we hold about you.
Please contact us if you would like a copy of your information. If any of your information is incorrect please let us know and we will fix it asap.
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This page was added on 18th March 2020.