Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy by Ten Fish Pty Ltd trading as ioti Cyber Security,

ABN 95 976 026 924  ('The Company' Or any appeal in first person), the operator of the site ioti training (ioti.com.au) (Hereinafter: 'the Site'), will state the general outlines of how we collect and use information about you, through the Site or through other means, within our Services.

Your privacy is important to us. We will act as described in this privacy policy, in accordance with the applicable law, including The Federal Privacy Act 1988.

The Privacy Policy applies to identified information or identifiable information by reasonable means. In general, you do not have a legal obligation to provide the information specified below, but failure to provide it may prevent us from providing you with certain services.

The information will be stored in the Company's customers' database and will be kept for the time required for the Company to execute the objectives permitted to by law and in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

We may update this Privacy Policy from time to time, according to necessities and changes in the law. Note these changes, since they apply to you. Our updated Privacy Policy will appear on the Site at all times.

 

What information do we collect, and how do we collect it?

Contact Information - We collect information related to the provision of the Services, including name, email address, mobile phone number, passwords, credit card details. Such information will be provided by you directly as part of filling out the details on the site, registering for the site, fill out the details on the landing page you reach through social networks, or by contacting our customer service.

Information regarding our website - We use Cookies for data security needs, proper and ongoing Site operations, Services' optimisation, information verification and in order to specify the services to your personal preferences. For example, the use of Cookies helps identify you when you log back to our website. Using Cookies, your activity on the Site will be monitored and information will be automatically collected, such as an IP address, duration of your visit to the Site, your operating system's version, browser type, location and more. The Cookies will also serve us for marketing needs, including personalised marketing.

 

In addition, we may use network signals or other monitoring technologies. You can stop the collection of information with Cookies by changing the settings in your browser. If you block Cookies, some services may not be available to you, or you may need to re-enter details. Changing these settings is under your responsibility.

Information about others

When you provide us with information about others, it is your responsibility to make sure that it is done in accordance with the law, including The Federal Privacy Act 1988.

How will the information be used?

We will use your information to provide you with our services, for our operational needs, contacting you, providing you with customer service, call recording, optimisation, control and management of our services, optimisation of your information in our database, compliance with procedures and policies, information security, processing of requests for review and correction of information, statistical needs and research (Including means such as anonymization and Pseudonymisation, making personal information to non-identifiable information or non-personally identifiable information), marketing needs (See below), and the protection of legal rights and legitimate interests of ourselves and others.

Transfer of information to third parties

The Company may transfer the information to third parties, including Matrix IT. Ltd. and its related companies, whether in Australia or abroad, in the following cases:

  • For the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy, for the purposes permitted by law, and for the implementation of our legitimate interests, such as preventing fraud. Such information transfer shall be made subject to the third party's obligations to maintain privacy and data security at the level required according to the type of information transferred.

  • Subcontractors and suppliers with whom we cooperate as part of our ongoing activities (such as cloud computing services, printing houses and mail distribution and mailing services).

  • As part of the sale of the Company's business (in whole or in part), provided that such third party complies with the provisions of the law regarding the protection of privacy and information security.

  • If we have received a judicial order instructing us to do so or if there is a requirement to do so by law.

  • So that we can defend ourselves against lawsuits.

 

Advertisements and direct mail

The information will also be used for marketing, advertising and direct mail purposes by us or anyone on our behalf, as well as information on products and services of third parties provided in cooperation with us, including personalised advertising.

We will be allowed to send you direct mail and advertisements regarding our services (and subject to your consent, also in connection with other services or products), by any means of communication, including by e-mail, SMS, automated dialling system and social networks. You can request to unsubscribe from the mailing list for advertisements and direct mail mailing list, also by contacting the service centre using the e-mail address: info@unleashdesign.com.au. In certain cases, you may contact the e-mail address to have specified information removed. Note that even after unsubscribing, you may still receive some Mailings

 

Right of review the Information and amend it

Subject to applicable law, you can contact the customer service of the Company, as described below, and ask to review your information as stored in the Company. If you find that the information we hold about you is incorrect, you have the right to request its correction or deletion. In your inquiry, you must provide identifying information as requested, so that we can properly identify you.

Links

To the extent that our site includes links to other websites, we will not be responsible for the privacy and security policies of such sites.

Information Security

The Company takes appropriate data security measures for the type of information it possesses and in accordance with the provisions of the law. For this purpose, the Company uses reasonable and acceptable security measures that comply with the custom standards in this field. Notwithstanding the aforesaid, there is a risk of penetration of the Company's databases and information. As long as the Company takes reasonable security measures, it shall not be liable for any damage caused by such unauthorised penetration and transfer of information to a third party as a result of such penetration. It is also clarified that you are responsible for taking appropriate information security measures such as the use of anti-virus measures, software updates, and the like.

 

Messages regarding Changes and updates

The Company may update and/or modify the Privacy Policy from time to time, as necessary and at its sole discretion. Please note that these changes or updates, which will appear in the Privacy Policy displayed on the site, because they apply to you.

 

Contacting the Company's customer service

You can contact the Company's customer service email address: info@ioti.com.au or by phone 1300 783 985 in order to clarify details of such rights, and in general.