What we collect. When you register for our seminars, download resources or contact us for information, we will collect personally identifiable information about you as well as any other information that you may provide. When you register on our web site., we also collect and save personally identifiable information about you in your Profile. The only personally identifiable information that Dakota requires about you is your contact information and unique identifier.
Use of Information. Dakota uses your personally identifiable information to identify you to respond to your requests for information and when otherwise reasonably necessary. Dakota may contact you regarding products and services that may be of interest to you. Dakota may also use any information you have entered into the web site as reasonably necessary to administer or provide customer support for the web site.
Disclosure. Dakota uses third party vendors to assist Dakota in providing our products and services. Dakota may transfer your personally identifiable information to such vendors who have entered into a contract with Dakota that permits the vendor to use your personally identifiable information only as reasonably necessary to fulfill its contractual obligations to provide services to Dakota. Dakota may also transfer your personally identifiable information to our marketing partners who may contact you about products and services that might be of interest to you. Dakota may also disclose your personally identifiable information as it believes is reasonably necessary to comply with law, regulation or other governmental authority or to prevent harm to yourself or others.
Security. Dakota employs procedural and technological measures, consistent with the demands of customer service, reasonably designed to protect your personally identifiable information from loss or unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction. Dakota stores your personally identifiable information on secure computers, to which only a small number of Dakota’s employees have access. Where reasonably practical, Dakota uses encryption, firewalls and other security technology to help prevent unauthorized access to your personally identifiable information.