What information do we collect?
Deft Packet collects non-personally identifying information, which are; browser type, operating-system, referring site, and the date and time of every site visit. We might also collect personal data that you volunteer when you sign up to our newsletter, answer to a study, or complete a form.
Just how do we use your data?
Deft Packet’s main goal in collecting non-personally identifying info is to better know how visitors make use of our website. Data we collect can be utilized:
- To personalize your experience
- To enhance our website
- To create and publish reviews or blog articles that include aggregate data.
- If you decide to provide your email, we may utilize it to send you information and react to inquiries.
Do we disclose any private information to outside parties?
We do not sell, trade, or elsewhere, transfer your personally identifying information to outside parties.
We do reserve the right to access and/or disclose personally identifying information and nonpersonal information as required by courts or administrative organizations.
We take safety measures to protect your data. When you submit delicate information via the website, your data is protected both online and offline.
Wherever we collect sensitive information (such as credit card data, or other IDs carrying or linking to your financial data), that information is encrypted and transmitted to us in a secure way. You can verify this by looking for a shut lock icon in the URL Address Bar of your browser, or searching for “https” at the start of the address of the web page.
We have set up appropriate technical and security measures to forestall unauthorized or unlawful usage of or accidental deletion of or destruction or marring your information. When we acquire data through the website, we collect your individual details on a protected server. We use firewalls on our servers. Whenever we collect payment card details electronically, we make use of encryption through the use of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) coding. While we cannot guarantee 100% protection, this will make it hard for a hacker to decrypt your information.