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National Cyber Security Partnership (NCSP) Privacy Policy

NCSP collects the limited information described below, and use it only for the purposes specified in this Privacy Policy.
If you contact us, we collect your name, postal and email addresses and other information you provide so that we can respond to your request or comment where appropriate.

If you sign up for future events, your request (including name and postal and e-mail addresses) will be logged in NCSP’s database for a site operator to see; at regular intervals the operator will access the database, will check to see that the required information has been submitted and will add your information to a mailing list and an e-mail contact list. NCSP will keep your name and postal and e-mail addresses and will use them to send you information that you have requested about NCSP initiatives, events and other news. We maintain this data for the purpose of sending you updates or other information you have requested.

Our website does not place cookies or track IP addresses. We check for combinations of certain software, because some combinations do not support some of the website’s features.

Except as described above, we will not disclose your personally identifiable information for any purpose without your consent, unless required to do so by law, if we have reason to believe that it may be relevant to a possible violation of law or fraud or to otherwise protect our legitimate interests. We may also provide this information to our agents and contractors, such as accountants, website operators or attorneys. We will only use your personally identifiable information ourselves as described above. We may use or disclose information that is not personally identifiable other than as described in this policy, as part of aggregate information related to our website.

We reserve the right to change this policy at any time. Our Privacy Policy will be kept up-to-date and clearly posted on our website.

Children under the age of thirteen are not permitted to submit information to the NCSP website, as we are not set up to comply with regulatory requirements applicable to online activities of such children.