Protecting the privacy and the confidentiality of personal information—over the Internet, on the telephone, or through our offices—has always been fundamental to the way the OpFin Solutions (“OpFin or "the Company") conducts its affairs.
The Company may collect employee contact information from its members in order to:
send out newsletters and other relevant information
send out invoices and otherwise administrative purposes
The Company seeks consent for all personal information it collects, uses and discloses through information provided to individuals prior to collection, or at the time of collection.
The Company does not collect, use or disclose personal information of individuals except when individuals give consent and provide the information on a voluntary basis.
The Company may disclose personal information collected by it without the knowledge or consent of the individual, for example to its lawyers; for purposes relating to an investigation under, the enforcement of or the administration of a law or where required by law to disclose the information. The Company will not use or disclose personal information without the knowledge or consent of the individual except as authorized by applicable law.
The Company does not sell or trade any personal information with third parties. Information may be transferred to third parties where information processing is outsourced by the Company in the course of its activities or administrative procedures in specific cases. Some personal information collected by the Company is transferred to our service providers for processing and storage. Some of our service providers are located outside of Canada and accordingly your data may be processed and stored outside of Canada, and may be subject to the laws of the jurisdiction in which it is processed or stored.
The Company respects the privacy of its members, partners, potential website visitors and internet users and will protect that privacy as vigorously as possible. Personal information is stored in electronic and physical files that are secure. Security measures include secure locks on filing cabinets, and using industry standard techniques such as firewalls, encryption, intrusion detection and restricted access to computers. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while the Company strives to protect personal information, it cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information transmitted to it or received from it electronically. This is especially true for information transmitted via e-mail. The Company has no way of protecting that information until it reaches it. Once a transmission is received, the Company makes its best efforts to ensure its security on its servers. Internally, access to personal information is restricted to employees who need access to the information in order to do their jobs. These employees are limited in number, and are knowledgeable about and committed to our privacy policies.