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Privacy & Security

We protect client information.
We take our responsibility to protect the privacy and confidentiality of any client information very seriously. We maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with applicable legal standards to store and secure client information from unauthorized access and use, alteration and destruction. Our systems and procedures ensure a physical separation between your private information and all other information resulting from the use of our services (information you provide to us and reports we provide to you). We hold our employees accountable for complying with those policies, procedures, rules and regulations.

We endeavor to collect, use and maintain client information only for appropriate purposes. We limit the collection, use and retention of client information to what we reasonably believe will help us deliver superior service, to administer our business, manage our risks, market our services and products, and meet applicable laws and regulations. We commit ourselves to never use information for any purpose other than what is strictly related to the service requested.

Online Security Tips
While Global Risk Profile© is committed to ensure the highest standard of security on our systems, you as the end-user also play an important role to ensure you are adequately protected when you use the Internet. The following security practices are recommended:

• Install anti-virus, anti-spyware and other internet security software on your PC. Use it regularly and keep it up-to-date.

• Take advantage of your PC's security features. Make sure your browser uses the strongest encryption available and be aware of the encryption levels of the sites and applications you use.

• Regularly update your PC's operating system and Web browser software with the vendor's software patches and updates to protect your PC against known vulnerabilities.

• Do what you can to prevent unauthorized people from using your PC.

• Change your passwords often. Be sure to choose passwords that are hard for others to guess.

• If you notice suspicious activity in your accounts, report it immediately to the appropriate parties.

• Do not download or open any attachments sent to you by unsolicited email. Once opened, these programs may contain malicious programs that can compromise your PC's security.

• Be on the alert for phishing scams. Access Web sites by typing the Web addresses directly into your Web browser or by using Web addresses you have bookmarked, instead of via embedded links in unsolicited emails.