Simple English (Summary)
We believe in making complex things simple. In that spirit, please a summary of our privacy notice and policy and what we do with the data we collect. To emphasise, everyone at Cyber Management Alliance Ltd wholeheartedly respects the privacy of your and our own personal information.
In summary, we
As a minimum we ask that you share with us your:
In addition, to help us target and better meet your areas of interest, it helps if you provide us with your
We do NOT collect and DO NOT require the following from you:
Background: As a service oriented business we do not manufacture any product or produce any software app. We are constantly striving to produce informative and educational content for you, our customer. Some of our innovative and ground-breaking initiatives include:Insights with Cyber Leaders Video Interviews.
However, to be able to survive as a business we need to get our great content and service catalogue in front of you. As a small business we cannot afford the exorbitant costs of constant advertising on Google Ads for example. Hence, we have to collect and retain data from you so we may keep you informed and updated about our next great webinar or Wisdom of Crowds event.
We need some data from you so that we can:
Background: Product vendors often develop cutting edge technology and in many instances also employ seasoned experts in their respective fields. Think advanced malware researchers, threat analysts and specialist cyber investigators as a few examples.
So, right now, we have no major control over what third parties do with the information we provide them (when you, for example, watch their webinar). However, we are in the middle of making all the right noises, reviewing and tightening our contracts with all our partners so that we try our level best to ensure that the third parties are observing the same principles as us.
We have an exclusive partnership with Advanced Cyber Solutions Ltd. However, to reveal all our partners would be, as the SCOTS, would say, “lifting our kilt”! - However, we can list here the types of companies and the sectors those companies operate in:
It would be naive for us to declare that your data is 100% safe from cyber criminals. 100% percent security is a fallacy.
We take several precautions to ensure to ensure your data is not subject to unauthorised access. Some of the steps we take include, but are not limited to:
We primarily rely on our CRM systems to host and process your personal information. This approach, (nothing is 100 percent secure) allows for a far more efficient method to control (issue, take-away) access for our employees and third parties.
So, yes, our CRM system is our primary data processor. The BrightTalk platform is our other primary data processor.
We use multiple methods of obtaining your data including:
Based on our experience we have deemed it necessary to retain your data for 36 months after which we will reach out to confirm your intentions. You always have the ability and the right to opt-out at any time.
We primarily rely on our CRM system and BrightTALK to host your data. To that extent, we rely on those parties to ensure that they
Hmmm - This is a vicious cycle (surely it is) For us to truly forget you, we have to remove all instances of your records in all our databases. You may want to check if we have done so. Herein lies the contradiction, if a business deletes all evidence of you (your personal information) and your request to “Forget me” - then there is no available record that they held your data in the first place. If they maintain a record of your request they could expose the very fact that you were associated with the particular business in some way.
However, if you do invoke the RBF (Right to be Forgotten) option we will remove you from our CRM. We do not store any personal information in our email systems.
When discussing a data breach - It’s not a matter of IF but WHEN a business is attacked and compromised. To that extent, we believe in being fully transparent with you and the ICO and any other regulators.
We are constantly on the lookout for criminal activity on our networks and systems. When discovered we invoke our cyber incident response plan and take the necessary steps to either stop the ongoing attack and or take sensible response measures to mitigate the impact to you and our business.
Yes. As most business we strive to offer you the best experience when you are on our website. We use the following cookies, from the following partner websites
Data protection registration
We are registered as a data controller with the UK Information Commissioner’s Office.. Our data protection registration number is ZA148168
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