Website Visitor Data
We follow what you do on our website anonymously, so no personal information is ever sent to our analytics system, Google Analytics (GA) unless you give us permission to do so. Anonymous users will be asked every time they return to our website if we can follow what they do during their visit (discussed in point 2 & 3 below).
By giving us permission to follow you using GA cookies what you’re agreeing to is allowing us to monitor your web browser (I.E Chrome or Internet Explorer) moving between our web pages and logging the information to our Analytics system as an individual user. This shows us what you looked at on our website, where you found us, how long you’ve been there and whether you signed up for anything for instance. Once you leave our website we don’t share that information anywhere else but we will be able to identify your browser if you come back.
The reason for this is so we can learn more about loyal visitors and serve them with content they like to read. As a point of reference this is how I (as the writer of this post) was identified by Google Analytics (CID=1435667394.1483367191). No personally identifiable information is passed to GA, but I am recognised by the same identifier if and when I return to the website logging me as a return visitor and building a history of what I look at.
If being identified in our analytics system as a number like 1435667394.1483367191 bothers you, then you should never click “Yes Got It” on the privacy overlay to our website. If you don’t click “Yes Got It” we will identify your browser as CID=Quru_Anonymous_User.
If now that you’ve understood how we monitor what you do on our website how we identify you, and you’re Ok with it, click “Yes, Got it”.
If you’re still unsure you can ask for more information by sending us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Customer and Prospect Data
If you sign up for a service
Quru take many precautions to prevent the loss, misuse or alteration of your personal information.
These precautions include:
- Use of SSL encryption for sensitive data
- Use of SSL encryption across all our websites
- Hardware stored in secured data centres
- All access to information restricted by password and/or secure key
- Restrictions to what information can be accessed via any location
Whilst we take great care to ensure any confidential information remains protected we cannot guarantee the security of data stored by trusted 3rd parties.
Updates to this policy