Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Privacy Statement

Your privacy is important to us. Canary Trap owns, operates or provides access to various websites and online interactive features and services including, but not limited to, the Canary Trap website, the Canary Trap portal, the Security Testing Service applications, emails and reports (collectively “Services”). This Canary Trap Privacy Statement explains the personal data that Canary Trap collects and processes, how Canary Trap processes it, and for what purposes.

This Privacy Statement applies to all information collected about you by Canary Trap, regardless of how it is collected or stored, and describes, among other things, the types of information collected about you when you interact with Canary Trap services, how your information may be used, when your information may be disclosed, how you can control the use and disclosure of your information and how your information is protected.

Except as otherwise noted in this Privacy Policy, Canary Trap is a data controller (as that term is used under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)), which means that we decide how and why the information you provide to us is processed. This Privacy Statement may be amended or updated from time to time to reflect changes in our practices with respect to the processing of your information, or changes in applicable law.

We may process the following types of information: your personal details (e.g., your name); demographic data (e.g., your age); your contact details (e.g., your address); records of your consents; purchase details; details of your employer (where relevant); information about your interactions with our content or advertising; and any views or opinions you provide to us. We may also process information about you from your use of our services (e.g., the type of device you are using, the internet service provider, etc.), including your interactions with the content on our services.

Canary Trap may collect or obtain User Information about you: (a) directly from you (e.g., where you contact us); (b) in the course of our relationship with you including your use of our services; (c) when you make Personal Information public; and (d) when you visit, register for and/or use any of our Services. The data we collect depends on the context of your interactions with Canary Trap and the choices you make, including your privacy settings and the products and features you use. Canary Trap may also receive User Information from third parties (e.g., social network sites).

Canary Trap may share your personal data with your consent or to complete any transaction or provide any service you have requested or authorized. We also share data (a) with vendors working on our behalf; (b) when required by law or to respond to legal process; (c) to protect our customers; (d) to protect lives; (e) to maintain the security of our products; and (f) to protect the rights and property of Canary Trap and its customers.

Cookie Notice

Canary Trap may use cookies, web beacons, and other tracking technologies (such as scripts and tags) on our websites and web portals to allow them to function properly, to collect information about how users interact and use our services, to personalize or customize the user’s experience (based on preferences or geography, for example), and to gather information about a user’s browsing habits.

Cookies are small text files that are downloaded to the devices you use to reach and use Canary Trap services. Cookies don’t read or modify data on the user’s computer. Your browser or device holds these cookies and makes them available every time you visit a site again so that it can recognize you and remember important information about you. A web beacon is a small graphic file that is placed on the web page the user visits and is often used to help deliver cookies and gather usage and performance data.

The types of information typically collected by cookies include information relating to your use of a service, your device’s IP address and browser type, how you arrived on one of the services, your name, and email address if you are logging in, etc. Most web browsers support cookies, and users can control the use of cookies at the individual browser level. Please note that if you choose to disable cookies, it may limit your use of certain features or functions on our Websites and Web Portals.