Your privacy is important to us. To protect your privacy, we provide this notice explaining our online information practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used. Information collected EpiCypher collects information from you through your voluntary submission (e.g. EpiCypher webinar registration, Request a Quote, or Contact us). For instance, you may be required to register with EpiCypher via this Site in order to access and use certain portions of this Site. To register, you will be asked to provide basic contact information (e.g. name, institution/company, address, phone number, email).
Use of collected information
EpiCypher may use the information it collects to improve this Site, to store your interests and preferences in order to customize your visit to this Site, to communicate with you, to compile and analyze trends, and to carry out the transactions you request when you visit the Site. EpiCypher occasionally hires other companies to provide services for us, which may require that they have access to some of the information collected. Such companies are required to use the information only to perform the services EpiCypher hired them to provide, and to maintain the confidentiality of the information. In certain instances, including those for conferences that EpiCypher organizes and participates in, EpiCypher may share your contact information collected on the website with its partners and third parties at EpiCypher's discretion. EpiCypher will release information about you if you direct us to do so, if we are required by law, or if necessary to protect and defend the rights or property of EpiCypher.
This Site collects various information from you in the course of your navigation of the Site, such as the URL of the site you just came from, the browser version you use, your Internet Protocol (IP) address, IP ports, date/time of access, size of data transferred, pages you visit, and other “clickstream” data. We also use “cookies” to enhance your Site visit. A “cookie” is information either temporarily or permanently stored in a file on your computer. You can set your internet browser to reject cookies (refer to your internet browser instructions if you wish to do so), but that may limit your use of some convenience features at this Site.
Security of collected information
EpiCypher is committed to protecting the security of your personal information, and we take reasonable physical, electronic, and administrative safeguards to help protect your personal information from unauthorized or inappropriate access. It is your responsibility to protect the confidentiality of your passwords, account information, and any other access features associated with your use of this Site.