Privacy and Cookie Policy

At CyberCrew.uk, your privacy matters, and so does transparency. With that in mind, this policy is intended to help users and provide information on how we collect, handle, use, and share information about you (when and where needed). This policy refers to any collected or received user information and data. 

Furthermore, in this privacy and cookie policy, we use the term ‘you or user’ to include any individual that accesses or uses our website or services. Likewise, in the policy, CyberCrew.uk is also referred to as “we”, “our” or “us”.

Please read the policy carefully before using our website. Your continued use of this website will be considered as conformity to the policy terms mentioned below. If you do not agree to any of the terms mentioned, please do not use this website.

What information do we collect?

Personal information that doesn’t extend past your email address and name, and will always be collected with your consent. 

Non-personal information related to your site browsing activities is collected in the interest of improving user experience. This includes:

  • Your IP address through cookies placement;
  • Location data (gained through your IP address);
  • Site usage and visit (it is for internal use only and doesn’t include any personal information).

How do we use the collected information?

Personal information is collected for maintaining visitor records and marketing purposes. However, promotional materials and emails shall only be sent to visitors who choose to subscribe to the service. In addition to this, personal and non-personal data collected are used for:

  • Delivering a better website browsing experience and presenting visitors with relevant content;
  • Resolving complaints, if any.

Who is that information shared with?

CyberCrew.uk does not sell or rent any personal or non-personal information about our users with anyone. However, there is an exception to any rule, and these would be the exceptions:

  • The government or a relevant agency makes an official request;
  • CyberCrew.uk must protect its property or rights;
  • There is a fraud or harmful act by a user we deem the legal authorities should be made aware of.

Data Security

We appreciate the trust that you have in our platform. Rest assured, we take all appropriate and necessary measures to keep your information safe from cyber-attacks and theft. In conformance with the UK laws, we have implemented practices protecting your personal information usage and distribution.

Every connection between our users and CyberCrew.uk is encrypted using Secure Sockets Layer, or SSL for maximum protection.

However, you agree that CyberCrew.uk cannot be held responsible or liable in case of a security breach.

External links

Our website may feature external links that may direct you to other websites whose privacy and cookie policy may differ from ours. In addition to this, we do not have any control over the content these external links may point to. 

It is important to note that should you choose to share your personal information with any of the external links, your personal information and security shall be governed by their own privacy policies. 

We strongly advise you to use external links carefully and read their privacy policies before you use their websites. You agree that under no circumstance CyberCrew.uk shall be held responsible for any loss or harm to you or your data that occurs from external links or their usage.

Cookie Policy 

At CyberCrew.uk, we use cookies as a tracking tool. Read on to learn how our cookie policy works.

What are cookies?

Cookies are primarily small data files with unique identification numbers. These numbers are placed on the site visitors’ hard drives for storing information, like info regarding your computer, browser type, how many times you visit the site from the computer, etc. 

Please note that cookies don’t contain any malicious software and cannot run any program on your computer. They are used solely for providing you, the user, with the best user experience. However, if you don’t want cookies to track your activity on our site, you can choose to disable them whenever you want, but this will negatively affect your site browsing experience. 

Disabling Cookies

To disable cookies, go in the settings to turn them off or click on ‘no thanks’ option when you see cookies pop-up on your screen. You can also disable cookies on all popular web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, Mozilla FireFox, Opera and Safari. Simply go to their’ how to delete cookie files’ support section for a step-by-step guide.

What do we use them for?

Cookies are used to improve the experience for users on the website. They do this holding the sites name and ID, and other information like: 

  • The amount of time that you spend on the site;
  • The links you click when you use our site;
  • The settings, options and preferences you select;
  • The account you log into;
  • Products or services you shop for;
  • Recording the pages you visit.

Changes to Policy

You agree that we reserve all rights to change our privacy and cookies policy to reflect the changes in our business model or ruling legislation. Thus, if changes should occur, the information will be posted on our website, thereby ensuring you and rest of the website users are notified. 

We strongly recommend our users to read the privacy and cookie policy before they use our site. Furthermore, we advise you to review the “Last Updated” tab at the top of the Privacy Policy web page to identify when the policy was last updated. Please note that any changes or additions to the Privacy Policy will continue to become effective on the date it was “Last Updated”. 

Should you continue to use our website after it has updated its policies, or you provide us with your personal information following the changes, it is considered that you agree to and have accepted the changes or additions to our privacy and cookie policy.