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As of July 6 2022, Databand has been acquired by IBM (https://www.ibm.com/) and will be integrated into the IBM organization. Databand, an IBM Company is committed to protecting the privacy of visitors to the website Databand | Data Observability Platform for Data Engineering (“Website”) and others who request information about Databand. During this integration phase, if you have any questions about Databand’s handling of your Personal Information you can contact IBM Chief Privacy Office Helpdesk.
At Databand we value your privacy and are committed to protecting and processing your personal information responsibly.
This privacy statement describes how Databand collects, uses and shares your information.
We may provide additional data privacy information by using a supplementary privacy notice.
This section describes the various types of information that we collect and how we use it.
Our websites offer ways to communicate with you about us, our products, and services. The information that we collect on websites is used to provide you with access to the website, to operate the website, to improve your experience, and to personalize the way that information is provided to you. We may store your details from business contact information which could include name, email address, country of region or residence that you provide to us, or that we collect from your organization, our Business Partners, or our suppliers.
For more information on the technologies that we use to collect website information, and setting your preferences, see Cookies and Similar Technologies.
We collect information about your use of our websites, such as:
We use this information to improve and personalize your experience with our websites, provide you with content that you may be interested in, create marketing insights, and to improve our websites, online services, and related technologies.
We also collect the information that your browser or device automatically sends, such as:
We use this information to provide you with access to our webpages, improve the webpage view on your device and browser, adapt to your settings and language, and adapt content for relevancy or any legal requirements for your country. We also use this information to comply with system and network security requirements, and to provide support. For more information see, Support Services and Protecting You and Databand.
We also provide platforms and forums that enable online sharing, support, and collaboration among registered members. Any information that you submit to these platforms may be made available others on the internet, or removed by us, as covered in the platform privacy notice or terms. We are not responsible for any content that you make available through your use of our products or services.
We prepare reports on our websites to derive insights into trending topics and general market knowledge. These reports may be provided to third parties with details on how users interacted or showed interest in the third-party product or service that was presented on our websites. All reports display aggregated information and cannot be used to identify our website visitors.
We accept no responsibility for the content provided on, or privacy practices, of third-party websites or applications.
We use the information that we collect to communicate with you about relevant products, services, and offerings. We also use this information to personalize your experience with our content and advertisements, and to develop internal marketing and business intelligence. To set or update your marketing communications preferences, visit the IBM Privacy Preference Center. You may also submit an opt-out request, or select Unsubscribe at the bottom of each marketing email. To review or set your preferences regarding the information that we collect about you on our websites select Cookie Preferences in the website footer.
We use contact information that we collect directly from you, your organization, or third-party data providers, to communicate with you about our products, services, and offerings. When we obtain information about you indirectly from third parties, we implement checks and controls to confirm that this information was legally acquired by the third party and that the third party has the right to provide the information to us for our use in marketing.
We may, subject to your preferences, collect information about your interactions with our websites, our emails (such as whether emails are opened or links selected), and other Databand content, including content on third-party sites. For more information on the technologies that we use to collect this information, and setting your preferences, see Cookies and Similar Technologies.
We use this information to develop internal marketing and business intelligence. For example, we may:
A contractual relationship is created when you order a trial, or a product or service from us. While we mainly provide our products and services to businesses, individuals may also enter into an agreement with us directly as a client. We may collect any information that is reasonably necessary to prepare for, enter, and fulfill, the contractual agreement.
The information collected in a contractual relationship may include the business contact information of the requester and the order details. Information that is required for shipment and payment, for the implementation of services, or to grant access to the product or service may also be collected.
This information may be collected for various purposes, depending on the nature of the products or services, for example, for contractual management and compliance, to provide support, for the improvement or development of our products and services, to contact you for customer satisfaction surveys, and to generate technical and market insights.
When you contact us to request support, we collect your contact information, problem description, and possible resolutions. We record the information that is provided to handle the support query, for administrative purposes, to foster our relationship with you, for staff training, and for quality assurance purposes.
The information that we collect may include any information exchanged during our phone conversations or provided during support communication on our websites. We may use this information to inform you of products or services that are related to your support request. This can include product updates or fixes, and we may combine the information that is collected through other interactions with you or your organization to provide more valuable suggestions in relation to product support, such as any available training regarding the issue.
We may collect and use information to protect you and Databand from IT security threats and to secure the information that we hold from unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. This includes information from our IT access authorization systems, such as log-in information.
The security solutions we use to protect your information, our infrastructure, and our networks may collect information such as IP addresses and log files. This is necessary for the functionality and utility of security programs to enable the investigation of any potential security incidents and generate insights on security threats.
We may use specialized tooling and other technical means to collect information at access points to, and in, IT systems and networks to detect unauthorized access, viruses, and indications of malicious activities. The information we collect may be used to conduct investigations when unauthorized access, malware or malicious activities are suspected, and to remove or isolate malicious code or content.
When you visit a Databand location, we collect your name or business contact information, and, in some cases, information from a government issued ID. This information is collected for access management and to protect the security and safety of our locations and employees.
The information that is collected at our locations is used to issue access badges. We may verify the identity of visitors where legally permissible and, for supplier personnel working on site, a badge with a photo identification may be requested for identification purposes.
Camera supervision and access management are used for reasons of security and safety of our locations, employees, and assets. More information may be available at the Databand location.
We are constantly searching for new talent for our organization. Applicants are referred to IBM Global Careers. When an employee leaves Databand, we continue to process information that is related to them for any remaining business, contractual, employment, legal, and fiscal purposes, including the management of pensions to the extent handled by Databand.
Regarding recruitment, we may look for prospective candidates with the help of recruitment intermediaries and may use publicly available information on social media platforms to identify prospective candidates for a specific function.
When an employee leaves Databand, we retain basic information from the former employee about their employment at Databand.
After an employee retires, we process information about the retiree for fulfilling the pension obligations toward the retiree. Information about the processing of pension information, or other retirement programs, can be found with the local organization responsible for pensions. In some countries, this may be an independent organization. In some cases, retirees may still participate in Databand-organized initiatives or programs, such as volunteer and social responsibility programs. Such participation is voluntary, and more information is provided on the relevant websites or information pages for those initiatives.
We collect and use information to improve our business operations, systems, and processes. For example, information may be used to conduct, maintain, audit, and optimize our operations, to protect our assets and employees, for product development, and to defend our rights.
We collect information about our business operations to make informed decisions about the organization, the business, and to report on performance, audits, and trends. For example, we use this information to analyze the costs and quality of our operations. Where possible, this is done by using aggregated information, but it may use personal information.
We collect and use information from our business systems, which may include personal information, to:
We collect information from the use of our business processes, websites, cloud and online services, products, or technologies. This information may include personal information and is used for product and process development. For example, we may use this information to increase efficiency, decrease costs, or improve services by developing automated processes and tools, or to develop or improve the technologies on which these are based.
When you visit our websites, cloud and online services, software products, or view our content on certain third-party websites, we collect information regarding your connection by using various online tracking technologies, such as cookies, web beacons, Local Storage, or HTML5. Information that is collected with these technologies may be necessary to operate the website or service, to improve performance, to help us understand how our online services are used, or to determine the interests of our users. We use advertising partners to provide and assist in the use of such technologies on Databand and other sites.
A cookie is a piece of data that a website may send to your browser, which may be stored on your computer and can be used to identify your computer. Web beacons, including pixels and tags, are technologies that are used to track a user visiting a Databand web page or if a web page was copied to another website. Web beacons may be used in email messages or newsletters to determine whether messages are read, forwarded, or links selected. Local Shared Objects can store content information displayed on the webpage visited, and preferences. These may be used to provide connected features across our websites or display targeted Databand advertising on other websites based on your interests.
Session cookies can be used to track your progression from page to page so that you are not asked for information that you have already provided during the current session, or information that is needed to be able to complete a transaction. Session cookies are erased when the web browser is closed. Persistent cookies store user preferences for successive visits to a website, such as recording your choice of language and country location. Persistent cookies erase their data within 12 months.
You can use the Databand Cookie Manager to learn more about the online tracking technologies we use and to review or set your preferences regarding the information that we collect about you on our websites. The Databand Cookie Manager is either presented as a notification window when you first visit a webpage or opened by selecting Cookie Preferences in the website footer. The Databand Cookie Manager does not address all types of tracking technologies (for example, web beacons). When using mobile apps, use the options on your mobile device to manage settings.
Blocking, disabling, or rejecting Databand cookies may cause services to not function properly, such as in connection with a shopping cart, or block the use of websites or Databand services that require you to sign in. Disabling cookies does not disable other online tracking technologies, but prevents the other technologies from accessing any details stored in cookies.
Our websites offer the possibility to use third-party social media options. If you elect to use these options, these third-party sites may log information about you, such as your IP address, access time, and referring website URLs. If you are logged in to those social media sites, they may also link collected information with your profile information. We accept no responsibility for the privacy practices of these third-party services and encourage you to review their privacy policies for more information.
For information on cookies and how to remove these technologies by using browser settings, see https://www.allaboutcookies.org/.
Unless otherwise indicated, our websites, products, and services are not intended for use by children under the age of 16.
We may share your personal information internally and externally with suppliers, advisors, or Business Partners for Databand’s legitimate business purposes, and only on a need-to-know basis. This section describes how we share information and how we facilitate that sharing.
When sharing personal information, we implement appropriate checks and controls to confirm that the information can be shared.
If we decide to sell, buy, merge, or otherwise reorganize businesses in some countries, such a transaction may involve disclosing some personal information to prospective or actual business purchasers, or the collection of personal information from those selling such businesses.
Internally, personal information is shared for our legitimate business purposes, such as managing our relationship with you and other external parties, compliance programs, or systems and networks security. We do this to improve efficiency, for cost savings, and internal collaboration between our subsidiaries. Our internal access to personal information is restricted and granted only on a need-to-know basis. Sharing of this information is subject to the appropriate intracompany arrangements, our policies, and security standards.
In certain circumstances, personal information may be subject to disclosure to government agencies in accordance with judicial proceedings, court orders, or legal processes. We may also share personal information to protect the rights of Databand or others when Databand believes that such rights may be affected, for example to prevent fraud.
Databand does business worldwide. The privacy laws in some countries consider a Controller to be the legal entity (or natural person) who defines the purposes for which the processing of personal information takes place and how that information is processed. Parties that are involved in processing operations on behalf of a Controller may be designated as Processors. Designations and associated obligations differ, depending on the jurisdiction.
Where this is relevant for the privacy laws in your country, the Controller of your personal information is Databand’s main subsidiary in your country or region, unless Databand identifies itself as the Controller for a specific interaction with you.
Databand can be contacted at: P.O 7361, Derech Menachem Begin 125, 6701201, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel.
To protect your personal information from unauthorized access, use, and disclosure, we implement reasonable physical, administrative, and technical safeguards.
We only retain personal information as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it is processed, or to comply with legal and regulatory retention requirements. Legal and regulatory retention requirements may include retaining information for:
We retain any contractual relationship information for administrative purposes, legal and regulatory retention requirements, defending Databand rights, and to manage Databand’s relationship with you. The information that is provided in a supplementary privacy notice may provide more detailed information on applicable retention terms.
When personal information is no longer needed, we have processes in place to securely delete it, for example by erasing electronic files and shredding physical records.
You have certain rights when it comes to the handling of your personal information. The Contact info in the bottom of this page can be used to:
To set or update your marketing communications preferences, visit the visit the IBM Privacy Preference Center. You can also submit an opt-out request, or select Unsubscribe at the end of each marketing email.
More information on certain rights that may apply to you and how to exercise them
California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA – US)
If you are a California resident, you have rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). The information below provides instructions on how to exercise the rights granted by the CCPA. There may be cases where we present you with an additional privacy notice that includes information specific to an activity or offering.
Know your Personal Information
You can request specific pieces of Personal Information, or information about the categories of Personal Information that Databand holds about you by submitting a request to [email protected] or by calling (toll free) 1-800-IBM-4YOU (1-800-426-4968).
Request Deletion of your Personal Information
You can request the deletion of the Personal Information that Databand holds about you by submitting a request to [email protected] or by calling (toll free) 1-800-IBM-4YOU (1-800-426-4968).
Opt-Out of the Sale of Personal Information
When you use Databand websites, our authorized advertising partners may collect cookies and similar technologies and use this data for their own purposes. This activity may qualify as a “sale” under the CCPA. You can make choices to allow or prevent such uses. To opt-out of Databand making information relating to cookies, and similar technologies, available to third parties for their own purposes, click here
If you are accessing our websites while located outside of California, you can opt-out by going to “Cookie preferences” in the footer and setting your cookie preferences to “Required”.
If you choose to exercise any of these rights, we will not deny goods or services to you or provide different quality of services.
You may use an authorized agent to submit a request about your Personal Information via [email protected] To use an authorized agent, you must provide the agent with written authorization. In addition, you may be required to verify your own identity with Databand.
In some jurisdictions, the lawful handling of personal information is subject to a justification, sometimes referred to as legal basis. The legal bases that we rely on for the lawful handling of your personal information vary depending on the purpose and applicable law.
The different legal bases that we use are:
We rely on this legal basis when we need to process certain personal information, such as your contact details, payment details, and shipment details, to perform our obligations or to manage our contractual relationship with you.
Legitimate interests relate to being able to conduct and organize business, which includes the marketing of our offerings, protecting our legal interests, securing our IT environment, or meeting client requirements.
We may also process personal information where it is necessary to defend our rights in judicial, administrative, or arbitral proceedings. This also falls under the legal basis of legitimate interest in countries where they are not a separate legal basis.
We process personal information for credit protection, which is a specific legal basis under Brazilian law (LGPD) but is also covered under the legal basis of legitimate interest in other countries.
The processing is based on your consent where we request this.
Where we need to process certain personal information based on our legal obligation. Example:
If a material change is made to this Privacy Statement, the effective date is revised. By continuing to use our websites and services after a revision takes effect, it is considered that users have read and understand the changes.
Previous versions of the Privacy Statement are available via request to [email protected]
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