Mosaic451 is concerned about customer privacy. We are a security company and in the normal course of providing our services we will collect data on customers. We take this data relationship seriously in the process, we remain sensitive to privacy issues. If you feel any of the site violates our stated policy, please contact us immediately.
Privacy on the Internet
Hey, you are on a Managed Security Services provider website, if we don’t have a full understanding of internet information privacy, who else will. In case you have some questions we spell it out a bit more granularly below.
How we use the information you (and your computer/browser) give us
Our systems collect the following information, as a natural course of operating. This is data that every other website gleans from interacting with you on your device.
- Internet service provider
- IP address
- Domain name
- Browser Type
- Operating system
- Pages visited on our website
- Web page you were on when you linked to our websites
- Time spent on each page
This information does not reveal who you are and is used in aggregate to measure our effectiveness of delivering our message.
If you decide to provide individually-identifiable information to Mosaic451 through our website, Mosaic451 uses the information for the intended purpose. We use the information you provide to evaluate your needs and contact you regarding additional services you may find useful.
Mosaic451 will not sell, trade, or disclose to third parties any individually identifiable information provided to us – including customer names and addresses – without the consent of the customer (except as required by subpoena, search warrant, or other legal process or in the case of imminent physical harm to the customer or others), sorry the lawyers make us do this.
While you are on our site, we can vouch for your experience (good or bad). That relationship and promise ends when you leave our site, either under your own volition or through one of our cutting edge hyper-links. Utilizing Mosaic451 hyperlink technology is typically completely safe, as we only link to companies we trust and work with. That being said, we don’t have control over their sites and can’t take responsibilities for what their lazy webmasters may be doing.