Collection of Information
When you browse the CPEN Web site as a non-member, you are anonymous. CPEN does not collect personal information about any person that is not provided voluntarily. We track anonymous information, such as which pages were visited and for how long, on our server. We use this information solely to learn more about trends on the Web site, such as which web pages you viewed and how long you visited.
If you apply for membership, register for training or a conference, or request any other product or service, CPEN collects information from you such as your name, title, company, address, phone, fax, e-mail address and professional discipline/interest. This information is collected only if you give it voluntarily. Information provided to CPEN will be used internally in order to process your specific request and will not be sold or shared with outside parties. Your information may be used to send you CPEN publications, information relating to upcoming CPEN activities or important membership announcements. In addition, CPEN makes members’ contact information available to other members through the Members-only Web site. This information can only be accessed with a legitimate CPEN username and password; for this reason, we strongly urge you limit unauthorized access to your CPEN username and password. You may edit your contact information at any time through the Members-only Web site. If you have difficulty editing your information online, you may update it by calling or e-mailing CPEN headquarters at 434.284.4697 or email@example.com.
Disclosure of Information
CPEN may occasionally hire other companies to provide limited services on our behalf, such as bulk mailing or publication printing. We provide those companies only with the information they need to complete to service they have been contracted to perform, and they are prohibited from using the information provided for any other purpose.
CPEN may disclose your information if we are required to do so by law or if such disclosure is necessary to comply with a legal order; defend CPEN or its employees, affiliates or partners; or protect the personal safety of CPEN, affiliates, partners, members or site users.
Credit Card Information
You may provide CPEN with credit card information to pay for membership dues, training, conference registration fees, exam fees or any other product or service. We will never voluntarily disclose your credit card information to any third party organization or person who is not employed by CPEN to process your payment.
CPEN has taken measures to protect the loss, misuse, and alteration of information on this Web site. We have the technology in place to provide secure transmission of data to and from our Web site. All information (including your address and credit card information) is encrypted when submitted so that no other party can access it.
- Any material published on the CPEN Web site is protected by International Intellectual Property and Copyright laws. All text, logos, graphics, icons, photographs, software and audiovisual material fall under this protection. Permission is granted to download, copy or print material on the CPEN Web site for personal, instructional or non-commercial use only.
- The information found on the CPEN Web site should not be used as medical, legal, business or tax advice.