The following Privacy Policy is a legal statement explaining how we may collect information from you, what we do with this data, how you can control it and other related topics. In short, we collect as little information about you as possible. Privacy is a part of security and we want to honour that. Thus, we do not use analytics or third party cookies. What little information we collect is for customer relations purposes and we don’t sell or share this information with other parties under any circumstances. We provide ways for you to check what data we have stored on you and you can ask us to delete it at any time. Your privacy is our pleasure.

1. Data Collection
1.1 We only collect personal information that you submit to us via the contact form, over phone calls and in personal interactions. This may include: your name, your organisation's name, contact information (such as your phone number, email address or physical address) and information mentioned pertaining to our product or your request.
1.2 This information is used for customer relations purposes. We do this in order to better understand our customers' demands so we can deliver a superior service.
1.3 We don't use tracking or analytics on the website. As such, we don't support 'Do Not Track' preferences.

2. Cookies
2.1 First party cookies (cookies from us) are used for WordPress users that log in to this site, for those who comment on our blog, and (somewhat ironically) to remember whether you've dismissed our cookie consent notice.
2.2 We don't use any third party cookies (cookies from other websites, such as social media buttons).

3. Data Sharing
3.1 We don’t sell any of your personal data to third parties.
3.2 We don't share any of your personal data with third parties.

4. Data Protection
4.1 All personal information is kept in an encrypted local database using three separate encryption algorithms (AES - an industry standard, TwoFish and Serpent).
4.2 To prevent unauthorized access, only senior figures in the firm have access to this data.
4.3 This data is kept for 180 days before it is deleted.

5. Controlling Your Data
5.1 You may request to see the data we have collected on you at any time by contacting us at This data will be provided to you within 7 business days (Please note that, in order to prevent social engineering attempts, you must contact us using the details that you have previously contacted us with. For instance, if you have only emailed us in the past, you may only request to see your data via email. This is to prevent scammers from requesting your personal data using false contact information.)
5.2 You may request to have all of your data deleted at any time. This will be done within 7 business days. This must also be done using contact details you have previously used with us (see section 5.1).

6. Links to Other Websites
6.1 Our website contains links to other websites that are not under our control and are, thus, not subject to this Privacy Policy. We are not responsible for these linked websites. As such, you access these linked websites at your own risk. Please check the privacy policies of these websites to see how they use your personal data.

7. Reviewing and Updating This Privacy Policy
7.1  In general, this policy is reviewed and, if needed, updated on a monthly basis. However, this Privacy Policy may be updated at any time.
7.2 Whenever we review or modify this Privacy Policy, we will also change the "Last Reviewed" and "Last Updated" dates at the end of this Privacy Policy, respectively. Any changes we make to our Privacy Policy are effective as of the Last Updated date and replace any prior Privacy Policies.
7.3 Significant revisions to this Privacy Policy will be indicated on a separate page linked to at the end of this Privacy Policy.

8. Contacting Us
8.1 If you have any questions regarding the privacy policy, you may contact us at

This privacy policy was last reviewed on 20/10/2019
This privacy policy was last updated on 22/06/2018

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