|»||netVigilance - SC Magazine Innovator in Vulnerability Assessment in Dec 2010
|»||netVigilance - SC Magazine Best Buy Feb 2011
|»||netVigilance - SC Magazine streak of 5-stars reviews 2008-2014|
|»||Focuses exclusively on solutions for Network Vulnerability Detection and Assessment, Including PCI compliance
|»||Automatically produces robust reports that describe how to fix vulnerabilities, saving its customers tens of thousands of dollars per year in time and effort that competitive solutions require
|»||Has Extremely low false positive rate, enabling you to focus your resources on fixing actual vulnerabilities
Is a member of the CVSS SIG under first.org, where we are a leader in industry efforts to improve this key standard
|»||Goes Beyond Compliance to ensure your security
Fact: netVigilance will not sell or abuse your information
Fact: netVigilance will protect your information
netVigilance, Inc. (“netVigilance”) is committed to protecting the privacy of users of the netVigilance Site. At netVigilance, we intend to give you as much control as possible over your personal information, including registration data. As part of the normal operation of the netVigilance Site, we collect information from you. This Privacy Statement describes the information we collect about you and how that information may be used.
Information Gathered through the netVigilance Site
netVigilance will track the domains from which people visit the netVigilance Site in order to gain aggregate data that may be analyzed for trends and statistics. Subject to the provisions of this Privacy Statement, netVigilance may use accumulated aggregate data for several purposes including, but not limited to, marketing analysis, evaluation of netVigilance's services, and business planning.
netVigilance may conduct surveys or other studies of its user base and usage for marketing and planning purposes. Participation in such surveys is at the user's option, but netVigilance does reserve the right to conduct mandatory surveys in the future. With respect to information collected from such surveys or studies, and in the event that responses are to be publicly disclosed, users will be notified at the time they take the survey and netVigilance will disclose only aggregate information regarding its users and not personal information identifying any specific individual. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in cases where surveys allow users to submit written comments, and where netVigilance advises users of the possibility of such disclosure at the time they take the survey, netVigilance reserves the right to disclose text information provided by any user through such a survey, provided that no personal information identifying that user is disclosed. Circumstances under which netVigilance would publicly disclose aggregate information include, but are not limited to, sharing survey results with the site population, business planning, and publicizing overall usage data in press communications.
In order to implement or enforce the Terms, netVigilance may use user-provided email addresses to contact users on an individual basis. At no time, unless such disclosure is required by law, a governmental agency, or specifically authorized by the user, will netVigilance disclose individual user personal information to unrelated third parties that is not publicly available. Trial request information could be forwarded to the nearest netVigilance partner. Email addresses collected for ScoutNews will only be used for ScoutNews mailing list. Email addresses collected for Single Scanners might be used only for internal sales follow-up. Email addresses collected for WinRT, WinHoneyd, WinArpd or any other product will be used only for the news about the product in question and general netVigilance news.
Links with other sites
The netVigilance Site contain links to other websites, whether owned or controlled by netVigilance affiliates, or unrelated third parties. Please note that the privacy policies of these sites may differ from those of the netVigilance Site. netVigilance is not responsible for the privacy policies and practices of any linked website. We encourage you to read the privacy statement of any web site you may visit.
Choice "Opt-in" Emails
Users may "opt-in" to receive site notifications, newsletters, or other information via email. Users may remove themselves from such services at their discretion. Any email sent to an "opt-in" list will include directions for how a user may remove himself or herself from the list, or a URL where the user may find such directions.
In some cases, a user’s personal information may be publicly available through such user's profile display. In such cases, users have the option to opt out of publicly displaying their personal information, including email addresses. Users may also enlist this technique when posing comments on certain netVigilance Sites. In cases where site profiles allow users to display optional information publicly, such entry and display is at the user's discretion and may be changed at any time by the user.
On certain netVigilance Sites, users can view their data on their personal profile page. When technically feasible, users are permitted to update their personal information directly through netVigilance. When such updating service is not technically feasible, netVigilance will make reasonable efforts to assist users in updating their personal information.
To secure site integrity, netVigilance employs measures, including but not limited to security audits, use of encryption tools and software, and other reasonable security measures and procedures.
Internal access to users' private and nonpublic personal information is restricted to site administrators and individuals on a need-to-know basis.
In the event that netVigilance becomes aware that site security is compromised or nonpublic user information has been disclosed to unrelated third parties as a result of external activity, including but not limited to external security attacks, netVigilance shall take reasonable measures which it deems appropriate, including but not limited to internal investigation and reporting, and notification to and cooperation with law enforcement authorities, notwithstanding other provisions of this Privacy Statement.
If netVigilance becomes aware that a user's personal information provided to netVigilance has been disclosed in a manner not in accordance with this Privacy Statement, netVigilance shall make reasonable efforts to notify the affected user, as soon as reasonably possible and as permitted by law, of what information has been disclosed, to the extent that netVigilance knows this information.
No Guarantees For Factors Beyond netVigilance's Control
While this Privacy Statement expresses netVigilance's standards for maintenance of private data, it is not in a position to guarantee that the standards will always be met. There may be factors beyond netVigilance's control (e.g.,zero-day exploits) that may result in disclosure of data. As a consequence, netVigilance disclaims any warranties or representations relating to maintenance or nondisclosure of private information.
Third Party Advertising and Cookies
The ads appearing on the netVigilance Site are delivered to visitors by Amazon.com, netVigilance’s current third party web advertising partner. In the course of providing services and advertisements to netVigilance Site, Google Analytics, Paypal and Amazon may place or recognize a unique cookie on a user’s browser. Information about users’ visits to the netVigilance Site, such as the number of times users have viewed an ad, are used to serve ads to visitors. As with other cookies and consistent with netVigilance’s policy on cookies stated above, the user may block or delete such cookies from the user's drive or memory.
netVigilance reserve right to change this policy at any time. If netVigilance should change this policy, a revised policy will be posted on this site.
Revision Date: May 2, 2011