Data HE limited (trading as dataHE) is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office for its data processing activities. We are committed to safeguarding and respecting the privacy of customers, website users, and others whose data we may process in the course of our work.
This policy outlines how any potentially personal data used in the course of our work is processed.
When you visit our website information of the sort that web browsers and servers typically make available, such as the browser type, referring site, Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, and the date and time of each visitor request is recorded in standard server logs. These logs may be analysed to help us understand how the website is used, together with performance and security analysis. In addition, the website uses third-party services to enhance the security of the website. These services may also use these data to identify and restrict malicious activity.
When using our website, we may store or retrieve information on your browser in small text files known as ‘cookies’. We do not use marketing or user analysis cookies but some may be employed by the web software to make the website work as intended. Most web browsers will let you specify that you are prompted before a site puts a cookie on your device so that you can decide whether to allow or disallow the cookie. Alternatively, you can set your device not to accept any cookie. If you choose not to accept the cookie, this will not affect your access to any of our site.
We hold contact details for people at organisations that we work with and use this for communication purposes. From time to time this may include analytical briefings on topics we think will be of value. You can ask to be removed from this distribution list at any time by contacting us.
Data HE limited is committed to safeguarding data it uses in the course of its work with customers and makes it a central part of staff training, security and analysis design.
Any work we do work with other organisations is secured by contract and a data processing agreement where the customer, the data controller, maintains full control over every aspect of the data and analysis. Only the minimum of potentially identifiable data required for a particular project is provided and it is only used for the defined purposes set by the data controller. Any data used is transferred and used in appropriately secure systems, and only retained for as long as it is needed (usually until the specific project is complete).