Enian Limited (hereafter referred to as Enian) collects certain information or data about you when you browse or register with us for the purposes of using our services. We take the privacy and security of our users and their data very seriously, and only collect, store and use your information for defined purposes. Enian does not sell your personal information, and only shares the data we collect from you with your consent.
The data Enian collects includes:
Occasionally Enian may contact visitors to our website and users who have registered with our platform to survey opinions and to provide updates on our own products and services. If you wish to be removed from such mailings, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will delete your records from our lists and notify you to confirm that we have done so.
All confidential personal and business information (“Confidential Information”) you provide is held securely through our application building database administered by Amazon Web Services. This data is stored internally and only disclosed when and to whom it is necessary.
Information is not Confidential Information in certain circumstances as follows:
In these circumstances the confidentiality obligations set out above will not apply but we will still do our best to look after your information with due care.
Transmitting information over the Internet is generally not completely secure, and we can’t guarantee the security of your data. Any data you transmit is at your own risk. We have procedures and security features in place to try and keep your data secure once we receive it. We won’t share your information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes, and we don’t pass on your details to other websites.
If at any time you wish to request a copy of any personal or company data held by Enian, you can exercise your right to do so by emailing us (email@example.com) or writing to us: Enian Ltd. 64A Cumberland Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6RE
Cookies are very small text files consisting of unique numbers. They are generally produced if a web server does not detect a unique session ID. If you allow cookies, they are stored in a dedicated directory on your hard drive, and do not expire at the end of your session.
Use of this our website does not mean that Enian automatically knows any information about you, and is designed solely to tell Enian that you have visited the website previously, so that you can be provided with improved functionality. If you accept a cookie you will only receive it once: if you do not accept a cookie when offered, Enian’s web server will try to send you one with every page request.
Enian may use more than one type of cookie. Temporary cookies help to maintain the user session and tell the Enian server which page should be pulled up next, while log file cookies provide insights into how visitors move around the Enian website, which pages are used frequently and which are less popular, enabling the site to be optimised.
Apart from cookies, your Internet Protocol (IP) address is used to establish a “session” with Enian’s servers for the delivery of services. Enian may also store IP addresses and associate them with individual customers in order to enhance your browsing experience, typically by making it easier for you to access your preferred pages.
However, neither cookies nor IP addresses are used by Enian as a substitute for user login and password routines. Even if someone else has access to your computer, the presence of cookies will not enable other users to access sensitive data.