Disclaimer

SecureReading (SR) manages the  SecureReading.com Web site as a service to the public and Information Security professionals all over the world. ”SR” and “SecureReading” may be used interchangeably in this document hereafter.

Information

SecureReading endeavors to provide with the genuine and accurate information on its Website. It has made every effort to offer the most current and correct information possible. However, errors can occur, and applicable laws, rules, policies, and regulations often change. Information on this website could change at any time and may be outdated during the time, due to dynamic nature of the IT and Information Security industry.

SecureReading is not responsible for, and expressly disowns all liability for damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any information or services contained within site. While the information contained within site is periodically updated, we provide no guarantee that the information given on this Website is correct, complete, and up-to- date. We make no representations about the reliability, currency or suitability of the information on this Website for any purpose.

News and Information posted on “SecureReading (SR)” are based on various known/unknown resources and doesn’t guarantee that they are genuine, accurate and provide the complete data. Any instructions given to address certain cyber security issues are based on best effort and doesn’t necessarily guarantee the protection of the organization or individuals from cyber-attacks or information security breaches.

Actions taken based on the instructions or given information are entirely under the responsibility of the respective parties, and “SecureReading (SR)” doesn’t take any responsibility or ownership of these actions.

SecureReading(SR) doesn’t take ownership of any claims in the news or articles published on our website. It does not take the legal ownership of any direct or indirect references to any organizations, states, individuals on any of the published or non-published articles or news on our website. SR may be conducting investigations or carrying out investigative journalism with the help of various internal or external resources and inputs. It may be publishing articles based on assumptions or based on partial information. It does not guarantee or make SR liable for any consequences or allegations or reputational damages to any organizations or individuals referred in the subject work. SR cannot ensure the authenticity of the sources for the information and doesn’t oblige to follow any Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with any organizations or individuals unless it explicitly signed an NDA with the respective parties. SR may employee full time, part time or freelance resources for various activities/projects related to the web portal and doesn’t take responsibility for any of the actions by these individuals or organizations. SecureRedaing (SR) is not in a position to guarantee the authenticity of the articles or news published on the website or at any other related public places like the social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, etc.).

If any individual or organization, industries, states or teams feels that the content or the article published on SR is not appropriate, not faithful to the fact, harming them in any manner, we are open for discussion and for modifying or removing the post/article in a mutually agreeable manner. Changing or deleting the post is based on a case by case, and fully at the discretion of SR management team considering the business and principles of SecureReading.

SR tries to create and develop content and material by its innovative ideas and concepts, with the help of their richly experienced team members and advisers. However, time to time, it may be referring and utilizing existing knowledge base, resources and other sources for developing and publishing articles and other website content. It does not have any intention to copy or adapt content from any other sources.

However, due to the similarity of news and articles in information security field, there is a possible chance of content and presentation published on SR is available on other websites also. If it violates any copyright, IR or plagiarism policies, please contact SR for our response and feedback for analyzing and legalizing the post in a mutually agreeable manner.

Information Assurance

Any online interactions you have with SecureReading, including emails you send to SecureReading and your use of our website and online resources, may be collected and analyzed for statistical and information assurance purposes. SecureReading neither rents nor sells your information to anyone.

Services

The services on SecureReading (SR) website is on a best effort basis, and SR does not guarantee availability, continuity or adequacy of the services to the expectations of the respective user. SR reserves all rights to discontinue the service as it may wish without disclosing the reasons behind it. SR may add or remove services from its catalog based on various business or other reasons, and also at times, it may opt for providing services through a third party service provider.

Linked Websites

Although the SecureReading Web site may include links providing direct access to other Internet resources, including Web sites, SecureReading is not responsible for the accuracy or content of the information contained in these locations.

Links from SecureReading to third-party sites do not constitute an endorsement by SecureReading of the parties or their products and services in any format. The appearance on the Web site of advertisements and product or service information does not pose an endorsement by SecureReading, and SecureReading has not investigated the claims made by any advertiser. Product information is based solely on material received from suppliers.

Cookies

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