|Information on this Web Site
The information on this web site is intended for promoting Arosec business. It contains also a dedicated blog section.
The information on this website contains educational information about software products and implementation experiences. Acrosec strives to have the information about products and usage on this website as accurate as possible. However, Acrosec does not make any guarantees, and disclaims any implied warranty about its accuracy, relevance, timeliness, completeness or appropriateness for a purpose. Any information on this web site might furthermore change without notice. Any questions about the information on this site should be directed directly to Acrosec employees.
The educational information provided on the blog part of this web site is of general nature and for the general interest for anyone interested in these topics. It is based on best practice considerations but does not constitute any professional advice for a concrete case or project as it is kept very general. However, other professionals might have a different opinion on implementation details or on the general philosophy behind, using any of the information from the blog part is at the own risk.
|Limitation of Liability
|In no event shall Acrosec Inc. or its suppliers or vendors be liable for any direct, indirect, special, punitive, incidental, exemplary, or consequential damages, or any damages whatsoever resulting from any loss of use, loss of profits, litigation, or any other pecuniary loss, whether based on breach of contract, tort, negligence, product liability, or otherwise, arising out of or in any way connected with this web site or the provision of or failure to make available any such products, goods, or services, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
|Copyright Policy and Trade Marks
Unless otherwise noted, Acrosec or its business partners are the legal copyright holder of all material on this website. Other parties cannot use it to reprint or publish without written consent from the copyright owners.
Pages that contain copyright material are marked with a specific copyright notice at the end of the page in order to distinguish between different copyright material of Acrosec or its partners, i.e. Ergon.
The web site user is free to use and copy such copyright material for education or product evaluation purposes, e.g. during presale.
Ergon, the Ergon logo and Airlock are registered trade marks from Ergon Informatik AG.
Other products or trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. Other products and trade names used in this document is information given for the convenience of users and does not constitute an endorsement. Please contact Acrosec directly if you see errors or mistakes on the Acrosec web site or if you feel that some content should be changed.
|Links to Advertisers, Sponsors and Business Partners
|Acrosec is not responsible for the actions of its advertisers, sponsors or business partners. If a user of this website buys a product or service upon a link from this website, they must take action with that exact company to resolve any issues.
|Privacy and PI data Related
Acrosec will not sell any of the readers PI related data or contact information to other companies.
Acrosec will not share your PI data or contact information without your consent, nor will we use this data for any other purpose that for that the original intention is. Consent will be assumed to use your PI related data and contact information if the fulfillment of Acrosec services requires the use of it, which also might include involvement of third parties, e.g. contacting Ergon company for providing Airlock licenses or support services for customers or prospective customers.
Acrosec does not do any business with private persons but only with organizations. Acrosec does not expect that private persons enter their privacy related data somewhere in this web site.
If you wish to learn what PI related data Acrosec may have about you and how it is used for, if you want us to delete your data or correct errors or if you have other questions, please send an email to: (without blanks and + signs)
Acrosec is not responsible for the privacy practices of any of its business partners, advertisers or their blog commentators.
|Security & Electronic Communication with Acrosec
For all visitors to this web site, some information is collected during access. This information is not personally identifiable, but provides aggregate “usage information”. This information is used to create statistics for our site and to help improve our site to our visitors. This information is retained and periodically deleted from the web site. The collected information, such as the IP address, geographic location, operating system, browser software, and Internet service provider, is not used for direct marketing purposes.
This web site employs “cookies” in order to provide visitors with session specific information. A “cookie” is a small junk of information sent by a web server to a user’s computer, which is sent back by the computer each time it accesses that web site. These cookies do not contain any personally identifiable information, and are not supposed to be accessed or “read” by any other web site than Acrosec. You may block or delete the cookies from your computer. However, blocking or deleting cookies will result in incorrect web pages regarding features and functionality.
Contact form: The contact form on this web site is dedicated for companies only as Acrosec does not do any business with private individuals. Acrosec does not expect that private individuals enter their privacy related data here. Furthermore, the contact form on the website creates an e-mail and its information is thus treated like any normal e-mail communication which are sent to an Acrosec e-mail address.
Normal e-mail communication: Acrosec uses e-mail for non-confidential communication like most any other firm in the world. However, this is like sending information on a post card which everyone can read while transiting on the Internet. Acrosec does not expect that someone sends confidential information over the e-mail channel without additional protection. Acrosec will not consider privacy related address information as confidential as long as the sender has been using e-mail without additional security measures. However, Acrosec will use best effort to protect privacy related information once arrived on its systems, e.g. access control and encryption.
Confidential communication: Acrosec can provide more confidential communication channels upon request. Please contact Acrosec before you attempt to send such kind of information.
2016/02/07 ©ACROSEC Inc., update 2018/05/25, update 2022/03/30