Privacy Policy

We are committed to respecting and protecting your privacy and the following policy outlines how your personal details will be processed by us.  By accessing this web-site, certain visitor characteristics may be reflected in our web server logs (e.g. operating systems, browser versions and internet protocol address), however, we make no attempt to link them to the individual visitors to the site.  ISSAC only requires your personal data for the following actions:

  • Request for offers and/or services
  • Communication and feedback via e-mail
  • Recruitment inquiries and/or applications for vacancies
  • Subscription to our e-mail newsletters

In these cases, the following personal data may be required: name, address, date of birth, and any further information that may be necessary for the process of your requests, communications, applications, and/or subscriptions.

If you provide personal data to this site, you acknowledge and agree that such personal data may be transferred from your current location to the offices and servers of ISSAC and its affiliates, agents and service providers located in the United States and in other countries, as per our Terms of Use.

ISSAC may maintain a Membership Database which will enable members to receive periodic e-mails or other forms of communication from us with information and news about ISSAC, upcoming events, etc.  We offer opt-in/opt-out options should you not wish to receive such mailings and request that you kindly inform ISSAC by e-mail, phone or postal mail directed to the contact information provided on the “Contact Us” page. Members may also adjust those settings or change their information by e-mail or by contacting ISSAC by using the same contact information.

How we use the information: We may use the non-personally identifiable information to periodically analyze our website logs to assess aggregate usage trends in order to better serve the needs of visitors to the site.  This information may also be used for purposes of systems administration, server troubleshooting, and security.  Information may also be collected through cookies.

Cookies are pieces of information that a website transfers to your computer’s hard disk for record keeping purposes.  Most web browsers are set to accept cookies but should you not wish to receive cookies we recommend that you set your browser to refuse these.  We do not sell, rent, or share any personally identifiable information voluntarily supplied by our visitors, applicants or our membership mailing list.

Membership information is collected and maintained solely in order to provide our members with access to specific benefits accorded to them through membership.

Any further e-mail addresses, phone numbers and other contact information submitted by visitors voluntarily in the course of inquiries and comments are used only for purposes of taking action in relation to the nature of the inquiry or comment.

If you submit personally identifiable information via this website in response to vacancies posted on the recruitment page, this may require us collecting personal and sensitive information.  This personal information will be used in connection with your actual or possible work placement as well as our assessment of your prospects and suitability but will, at all times, be subject to our Terms of Use and this Privacy Policy.

All and any personal data may be disclosed in response to a court order or in terms of some other legal obligation.Although no data can be guaranteed to be 100% secure when transmitted over the internet, we do take precautionary measures to protect the security of the transmitted data once it has been received by us although we will not be held responsible for events arising from unauthorized access to your personal information.  Our databases, including the member database, and system administration logs, are restricted to authorized users.