Thank you for vising our website and for your interest in DQS Inc. We are committed to maintaining the data privacy of our customers and other interested parties. Please read through our policy to understand how we protect your privacy, what information we may hold and how we use it.
What information do we collect?
The following is collected when you visit our site:
- Cookies- These are small text files that store information about your visit to our website such as how you entered our site, where you navigate and what information you are interested in. We use Google Analytics to track this information to help improve our site and services, but you can choose to disable cookies on your computer in the browser settings.
- Internet Access Logs- Your Internet Protocol (IP) address is automatically collected and placed in our internet access logs when you come to dqsus.com. This is statistical data that will help us administer our website, diagnose problems with our server or help identify you.
- Voluntary information- When you fill out a form on our website, you voluntarily supply information such as name, email address, etc. We maintain this information to manage our relationship and serve the requests you made.
How do we use the information?
This information is used to improve our website and services through analysis of the data. If you provide voluntary information in a form, the data would also be used for the reason described at the point which you are entering it.
Do we share this information with outside parties?
DQS protects your data and will not sell it to other parties. We do share the data within our company as a global organization as needed. This may be when a request is submitted but would be fulfilled by another country’s DQS office or if a third party subcontractor on behalf of DQS Inc. needs to fulfill a request. If we need to satisfy any governmental, legal or regulatory requirements, we may need to disclose information necessary for the legal actions to protect DQS Inc.
We take the steps to ensure the security of your data, including a combination of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and firewalls to protect information that is transmitted and keep the databases secure, in addition to running tests to help identify any threats or potential security issues.