We may collect a range of information from you if you visit our site or mobile application depending upon the features you use.
We may collect personal information, such as your name, address, telephone number, email address, Social Security number or other identifiers about you or, if you are using our site to order reports about third parties, information about the individual(s) about whom you are requesting a report or other information that you may provide in the course of completing a form or transaction on our site or mobile application.
We may collect information about the browser and/or device that you are using to access our website or mobile application (such as the type of browser or device you are using, browser settings, and the device identification number). Device information may or may not be personally identifiable depending upon whether it is linked to the identity of the user.
We may automatically log information, such as a user’s IP address, domain name, browser type, date and time of access, and other log file data. This information may be used to analyze trends or to administer and protect our websites and mobile applications. We may collect statistical or non-personally-identifiable information about our users, such as which pages are visited, how long a visitor stays on a particular page, the website from which a user came to our site, or similar such information. We also may collect aggregate information such as the total number of unique or return visitors to our site, using our application, or visiting a particular page in a given timeframe. We may use this information to measure the use of our sites and applications and to improve our content. We may use Google Analytics, a third party provider of analytics tools or a similar third party service to analyze information about visits to our website. For information about opting out of Google Analytics please visit: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Yes, we may utilize “cookies,” web beacons and other similar technologies on our website. We may use first and/or third party “browser” or “HTTP” cookies, which are unique text files that may be used for data analysis, and enable our website to tailor information for the visitor. We may use browser cookies for purposes such as to personalize the user’s experience on our site, to remember a user when the user registers for products or services, for fraud prevention, or to track visits to our websites. We also may use “web beacons” (also referred to as pixel tags, clear gifs or other terms) or similar technologies to collect information such as how long a visitor remains on a particular page. If you do not want us to deploy browser cookies to your device when you visit our websites, you may set the browser to reject cookies or to notify the user when a web site tries to place cookies in the browser program (see below). Rejecting cookies may affect your ability to use some of features offered by the website. If you use our website without setting your browser to block cookies, you consent to the placement of cookies on your device.
Third parties, including our service providers may collect information about a visitor to our site over time and/or across different websites when the visitor uses our website. This information often is aggregate data or individual information that is tied to a browser or device rather than specific identifiers such as the visitor’s name and address, but some of this information might be considered to be personally identifiable under some federal or state laws.
Some Internet browsers have begun to offer what often is referred to as “do not track” mechanisms for browser users to automatically signal privacy preferences to websites that they visit. Our site(s) do not currently respond to do-not-track-signals. We may revisit the issue in the future. In the meantime, you can exercise other choices available to you, including limiting the placement of browser cookies on your device using your browser’s cookie control features and other choices described in this Policy. Information about browser cookie controls for some common browsers include:
Safari Mobile (iPhones and iPads)
We may use the information we collect through our site for the following purposes:
You have a number of choices regarding our collection and use of information through our websites and mobile devices:
Yes. You can access personal information that you submitted to us through our sites either by using mechanisms available through the site or contacting us. We require that an individual provide reasonable validation of his or her identity before we provide access to personal information we maintain. Exceptions to access and correction rights may include:
To request access to or correction of information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (855) 881-0716.
Cisive takes reasonable precautions to protect personal information from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alternation, and destruction. If you use this site or mobile application, you are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of any user ID and password or other access credentials that you may be provided. You should notify us immediately if any user ID and password or other access credentials we may issue you are compromised.
This site is designed primarily for users from the United States. By using this site, users from other countries consent to the transfer of any personal or other information collected to the United States and housed on servers in the United States and your information will be subject to use and disclosure in accordance with this Policy and applicable United States federal, state, and local law.
We participate in EU- US Privacy Shield program administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce. Information we may collect through this site from individuals submitting personal information from countries that participate in the Privacy Shield program also is subject to our Privacy Shield Privacy Statement which is available at http://www.cisive.com/eu-privacy-policy.php.
COPPA regulates the collection of personal information online from children under the age of 13. This site is not intended or designed to attract users under the age of 13 or to collect personal information from such users. We do not collect personally identifiable data from any person we know to be under the age of 13 and those under 13 should not submit any personal information through this site. If we learn that we have inadvertently collected personal information from a child under the age of 13 we will remove the information from our files.
If you have questions concerning our privacy practices, contact us at: (855) 881-0716 email@example.com.
CARCO Group, Inc. dba Cisive as well as Cisive companies and covered entities Driver IQ, Intellicorp and PreCheck are subject to the investigatory and enforcement powers of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). CARCO Group, Inc., dba Cisive as well as Cisive companies and covered entities Driver IQ, Intellicorp and PreCheck commit to cooperate with EU data protection authorities (DPAs) and the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC) and comply with the advice given by such authorities with regard to human resources data transferred from the EU and Switzerland in the context of the employment relationship. You can access our EU-U.S. / Swiss- U.S. Privacy Shield policy here.
Individuals also may be able to invoke binding arbitration, under certain circumstances where permitted by the Privacy Shield program, if the individual believes there has been a violation of Privacy Shield requirements that has not been appropriately addressed by Cisive.
This notice is provided for California residents. Cisive is an investigative consumer reporting agency that prepares and processes “investigative consumer reports” about California residents (i.e. consumer reports containing information about an individual’s character, general reputation, personal characteristics or mode of living) to employers for their use for employment purposes, including whether to hire, promote or retain an individual.
Personal Information Disclosure: United States or Overseas: In connection with our preparation and processing of investigative consumer reports, Cisive may transfer personal information about you to our customers, data sources, employees, contractors, or affiliates outside the United States and its territories.
Privacy Practices: Cisive’s policies and procedures for preparing and processing investigative consumer reports are designed to comply with the requirements of the California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act (Cal. Civ. Code § 1786.10 et. seq.) and the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (15 U.S.C. § 1681 et. seq.). Cisive, for example, maintains policies and procedures designed to limit the purposes for, and circumstances under which, we furnish investigative consumer reports. Cisive maintains reasonable procedures to assure maximum possible accuracy of the information concerning the individual about whom the report relates. Cisive provides individuals with the ability to request, upon proper identification, access to information we hold about them in our investigative consumer reporting files. Cisive conducts reinvestigations of the accuracy and completeness of information at the individual’s request. Cisive also has implemented administrative, technical and physical safeguards designed to protect the information that Cisive maintains in our investigative consumer reporting files.
Additional Information: To obtain additional information about Cisive’s privacy policies and practices in connection with its preparation and processing of investigative consumer reports, please contact:
Last Updated 6/28/21