Privacy policy

Privacy policy

CyberImpact respects the personal and private information of its website visitors. CyberImpact is committed to protecting the privacy of every identifiable individual. Accordingly, CyberImpact has developed the following privacy policy for its Web site (Privacy Policy) to inform Web site users of how Cyberimpact collects, uses and discloses personal information collected through its Web site. This Privacy Policy applies to and all authorized sub-sites that expressly adhere to and post the above policy.

Data collection and use of personal information

We collect certain personal information such as your name, home address, telephone and fax numbers that you may provide to us by filling out forms to receive information, submit your questions, register for our services or submit a resume for a job opening. The information collected may be used to contact you directly regarding your requests or to review your application as part of the hiring process.
We may also collect information relating to visits to the website via cookies. This data may be used to analyze trends, manage the website, analyze user activity and/or gather demographic information about visitors to our website. Cookies can only identify you by a number. Information concerning your name, address or any other information that could identify you cannot be collected. You will find further information on the technologies used to collect data in the sections below.

Disclosure of personal information

We may disclose personal information collected on this website to our affiliates for internal business purposes.
We may also share the information you provide with selected service providers who perform services on our behalf. These providers are contractually bound to use or disclose this information for service purposes only, or to meet legal requirements. In addition, we may disclose your information as permitted or required by law.

Links to sites not belonging to CyberImpact

This Web site may contain links to third-party Web sites that are not affiliated with CyberImpact. CyberImpact in no way endorses or represents these third-party websites. These links are provided for your convenience only. CyberImpact is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such third-party Web sites. If you choose to use the links provided, we encourage you to review each site’s privacy policy before providing any personal information.

Security measures implemented to protect your personal information

We apply physical, technical and administrative security measures to prevent unauthorized access, use or disclosure of the personal information you provide while visiting our website.

Access to information and updates

Visit our contact page to learn more about the personal information you have agreed to provide to us. You may request access to this information in order to delete, update or correct inaccurate data. Access to this information is subject to certain legal restrictions.
Cookies and log files
As mentioned above, CyberImpact may use cookies to collect information about its visitors. A cookie is a data file sent by your computer’s Web browser to your hard drive that allows us to identify your browser. You can disable cookies at any time by accessing your Web browser preferences. CyberImpact may also use log files to collect data about its visitors. CyberImpact may examine server logs for security purposes, such as detecting network intrusions. In the case of a criminal intrusion, server log data, which includes visitors’ IP addresses, can be used to trace and identify an individual. In this case, the raw log data will be shared with agencies authorized to investigate such criminal offences.


By using this Web site and its sub-sites, you consent to Cyberimpact’s collection, use and disclosure of your personal information as described in this Privacy Policy. Cyberimpact reserves the right to update and modify this Privacy Policy at any time without notice.

Questions about our Privacy Policy

To learn more about our privacy practices, please contact us.