Acceptable Use Policy
The term “personal information” means the information pertaining to an individual who is alive, and which contains information identifying a specific person with a name, a national identification number, or similar in the form of code, letter, voice, sound, image, or any other form (including information that does not, by itself, make it possible to identify a specific person but that enables identification of the specific person easily if combined with other information).
- Purpose of collection and use of personal information
- Items of personal information and methods of collection
- Disclosure to Third Parties
- Rights of users and their legal representatives and methods for the exercise of such rights
- Integrity and Retention of personal information
- Matters concerning installation, operation, and denial of a device that collect personal information automatically, such as an information file for access to the internet (Cookies)
- International Users
- Contact Information
Purpose of collection and use of personal information: PENTA collects personal information as necessary to provide a seamless user experience.
Items of personal information and methods of collection: PENTA may collect various types of personal information, depending upon the purpose of the marketing events, promotions, and subscription. The categories of personal information PENTA collect may include but are not limited to: First and last name, home or physical address (including street name and name of a city or town), email address, and if users subscribe through the website, users’ subscription information. Furthermore, PENTA may also use personal information collected for internal purposes such as auditing, data analysis, and research to improve PENTA’s services, and customer communications.
Disclosure to Third Parties: At times PENTA may make certain personal information available to strategic partners that work with PENTA to provide products and services. Personal information will only be shared by PENTA to provide or improve the company’s products, services, and advertising; it will not be shared with third parties for their marketing purposes. Information about users or participants may also be used for purposes of national security, law enforcement, or other issues of public importance where disclosure is necessary or appropriate. Information may also be disclosed if disclosure is deemed reasonably necessary to enforce PENTA’s terms and conditions or protect business operations or users. Additionally, in the event of a reorganization, merger, or sale, information may be transferred to the relevant third party. PENTA may delegate the handling of user’s personal information to third parties (“Service Providers”) when it is necessary to ensure seamless services.
Rights of users and their legal representatives and methods for the exercise of such rights: Participants (or legal guardians if under 14 years of age) may review or change collected personal information at any time, and may also request to withdraw consent to PENTA’s collection and use of the collected personal information or to unsubscribe from the Services. Additionally, user’s personal information may be changed by contacting support. Participants are free to contact PENTA’s personal information manager in writing, by phone or by email through the contact information shown below for immediate action. Once the request to have the personal information corrected is processed, PENTA will not use or provide the user’s personal information until it is corrected as requested.
Contact Information: Users may contact with any questions or concerns regarding the privacy practices via writing or e-mail to the following address.
Penta Security Systems Inc.
20th Fl., 25-11 Yoido-dong, Youngdeungpo-ku, Seoul, Korea (150-949)
Attn.: Penta Security Webmaster