Privacy Policy

1) What Personal Data do we collect and how do we collect it?

We collects data in order to develop, offer, and support Services dedicated to research, cybersecurity, and intellectual property protection. In the context of our Services, we may collect Personal Data from or about you. This Personal Data is collected in several ways and may include:

Personal Data you provide to us directly.

You may provide us with Personal Data voluntarily in connection with purchasing our Services, registering for a user account, requesting information or support via phone, email, mail, or our website, or attending a webinar or event. We may collect your name, job title (if applicable), address, email address, phone number, information from correspondence with you, your account alias and password for user login, information related to the use of our Services, payment information such as credit card or other billing information, and additional Personal Data you provide to us. While you are free to choose what information you provide to us or whether you want to provide information to us at all, some information, such as your name, address, payment information, and information about your Services usage or subscription may be necessary for the performance of our contractual obligations. If you do not provide such information to us, you will not be able to license or use certain Services.

Personal Data collected via technology.

As you use our Services, we may collect Personal Data through the use of cookies and other technologies. For detailed information about our use of cookies, please see the section of this Privacy Policy entitled “What cookies and tracking technologies do we use?”

Personal Data we receive from others.

We may receive Personal Data about you from third parties such as social media sites, law enforcement agencies, your employer (if you use Services through a subscriber account provided by your employer), promotional partners, and other marketing vendors. This information may include your name, company and job title (if applicable), address, email address, and phone number.

Personal Data associated with the registration or maintenance of an internet domain.

We collect domain and DNS related information that is available to the public (often referred to as Open Source Intelligence or OSINT) from entities tasked with coordinating the internet’s global domain name system. This information (“DNS related information”) may include the name, address, phone number, and email address of a domain registrant, administrative contact, or technical contact.

2) Why do we collect and use your Personal Data?

The reasons we collect and use Personal Data differ depending on the purpose of the collection.

We use your Personal Data in order to offer or provide Services to you.

We use your Personal Data to provide Services to you. Personal Data we use for this purpose includes information we need to contact you and communicate with you, information to provide you with individualized offers, information to manage and execute your requests, and information necessary to obtain payment.

We use your Personal Data when supported by legitimate business interests.

We may use Personal Data in connection with a legitimate business interest, such as to evaluate and review our business performance or to identify potential cybersecurity threats to our Services, networks, or systems. If necessary, we may also use your Personal Data to pursue or defend ourselves against legal claims. If you use our Services, we may use your Personal Data to provide and improve those Services.

We collect and use DNS related information that is available to the public at the time of collection, and that may contain Personal Data, to provide Services to users, to maintain and improve those Services, and to develop new Services. These Services include tools to help our users prevent, detect, investigate, or mitigate cybersecurity threats, fraud, and misuse; protect intellectual property rights; research the history of a domain; or contact the registrant, administrative contact, or technical contact of a domain.

We use your information after obtaining your consent.

In some cases, we may ask you to grant us separate consent to use your information, for example, in connection with our marketing campaigns. In that event, you are free to deny your consent or withdraw your consent at any time without any negative consequences. If you have granted us consent to use your information, we will use it only for the purposes specified in the consent. You may unsubscribe from our marketing communications at any time by sending an email to