B-Scada is a pioneer of emerging XML-based graphics technology for software developers and designers. We develop and sell computer software, as well as provide training and consulting for industry professionals, and collect personal information to facilitate this business. B-Scada may also collect contact information, or details that allow an individual to be contacted at their place of work, for product and service provision or relevant communication dissemination.
Collection, Usage and Disclosure
B-Scada collects voluntarily provided personal or contact information (such as an individual’s name, title, company name, home or business address, telephone, fax and e-mail) through our Web site (http://www.b-scada.com), via business communications (telephone, fax or e-mail) and other industry-related mediums such as trade shows or electronic-based messaging groups. B-Scada gathers personal information in order to provide products and services, supply information or deliver relevant communication about these products and services. Examples of relevant communication include investor relations information or marketing communications.
When a sale is involved, B-Scada will collect financial information (account or credit card numbers), which is used only to bill an individual or organization for the purchase of our products or services. Credit card transactions are processed through a secure third-party organization
B-Scada also gathers general information from individuals who use our products and services. From time to time, B-Scada may collect demographic information (such as, but not limited to, industry and organization size) for marketing and/or market research purposes. This information may be stored and analyzed to enable improvements in product and service provision, to better understand the needs of our customers, to assess the impact of our marketing communications efforts and to assist with future strategic planning.
B-Scada uses IP addresses to help diagnose problems with our website and to gather usage information. When you visit our site we recognize only your domain name and not your email address. The only way we will ever obtain your email address is if you give it to us by filling out an online form or by sending us an email message.
Our site includes an electronic form that you may choose to fill out to request a trial version download. If you choose to send us information via this form it enables us to send you requested information, product licenses, product information, news or to respond to your support questions.
B-Scada may contract third-party organizations to do work on our behalf. If this work involves personal information under B-Scada’s custody, we will ensure there is an agreement in place that commits the third-party to adhere to our policy.
Limits on Collection, Usage, Disclosure, and Retention
B-Scada will only collect and utilize personal or contact information which is fundamental to the business purposes outlined above. Should circumstances arise beyond these identified purposes, further consent of use will be sought. Otherwise, B-Scada may be obligated disclose personal information where required by law.
B-Scada will retain personal information only as long as is necessary to fulfill the intended purposes, or as long as required for legal or business purposes. In addition, B-Scada will keep personal information used in making a business decision that directly affects individuals for at least one year after the decision has been made.
Accuracy of Information
B-Scada will make reasonable effort to ensure the personal information under our custody is accurate and complete. Individuals may contact B-Scada, in writing, at any time to correct errors or omissions.
Individuals can consent to B-Scada’s collection, use and disclosure of their personal information verbally, electronically or in writing, except in cases where B-Scada is legally authorized or bound by law to do so without consent. In some cases, an individual’s consent may be implied through their conduct with B-Scada.
We provide individuals with the opportunity to opt-out of receiving business communication from B-Scada. To opt-out, an individual must contact B-Scada directly via e-mail or in writing. The individual should specify which mailing list or service their name is to be removed from. B-Scada will comply with this request given a period of reasonable notice.
Right of Refusal
B-Scada will inform individuals of the purpose for gathering personal information at the time of collection and will respect an individual’s right of refusal at that time or on an occasion in the future. There may, however, be consequences to withdrawing consent. These consequences may include B-Scada’s inability to provide individuals with requested products or services, information or relevant business communications.
B-Scada is accountable for the diligent protection of personal information under our control. To properly safeguard this information, we have taken the following precautions:
- B-Scada maintains on-site control of our customer database and we conduct business in a building that is secure outside regular hours of operation.
- Physical and electronic files containing personal information are kept safe by access restrictions. Such restrictions include locked file cabinets and internal computer passwords and network administration policies to control and/or prevent access to files containing personal information by unauthorized personnel.
- B-Scada employs up-to-date technologies like firewalls and security software to prevent unauthorized or potentially malicious system access.
- In the event that B-Scada must destroy any personal information under our custody, we will do so using a reasonably secure method in order to prevent unauthorized outside access, collection, use, disclosure, copying or modification.
- B-Scada provides training to ensure those personnel who handle personal information do so with an appropriate level of sensitivity.
B-Scada’s Web site may contain hyperlinks to external sites. We are not responsible for any content associated with such external sites. B-Scada recommends that users familiarize themselves with the privacy policies of these sites if the collection of their personal information is involved.
Right to Access
Provided a request is made in writing, individuals have the right to access their personal information. B-Scada may require proof of identity and/or charge a minimal fee prior to releasing the requested information. We will respond to an applicant’s request for access within thirty (30) business days and give written notice if more time is required to complete the request.
B-Scada will provide individuals with their personal information under our charge, information about the ways in which their information is or has been used and, if applicable, names of the individuals and/or organizations to which their personal information has been disclosed.
In some instances, B-Scada may not grant access to personal information where authorized and/or called for by law. If a request is refused, we will inform the applicant in writing of the reasons for refusal.
Requests for Information
Inquiries about an individuals right to access, B-Scada's usage of personal information, or concerns about policy compliance should be directed to:
1255 N Vantage Point Drive
Crystal River, FL 34429
Telephone: (352) 564-9610
Fax: (352) 561-9611