TL;DR – Composable Systems, LLC does not collect or share your personal info.
Third Party Web Sites
Occasionally we will link away from our website. These external links will take you to a third-party website we think you’ll find interesting or relevant. We have no knowledge or responsibility for their privacy policies. We do only recommend or link to sites that we believe to be legitimate, trustworthy businesses; however, their collection of personal data may be different from ours.
Please review all third party privacy policies. Caveat Lego (let the reader beware).
Types of Information We Collect
Like many businesses we use analytics tools to gather non-personal information. This includes anonymized data regarding your usage of our website. This may include referring websites, time spent on our site, pages viewed, exit links, and your IP address.
Composable does not share any information personal or otherwise with third parties. Occasionally we use third party tools that provide us with information about our users. This information however is collected by that agency and covered under their privacy agreements.
Log Files, Cookies, Web Beacons
Though this site does not collect personal data as a software company we do use log files, cookies, and web beacons in some of our applications.
Personal information is information that is associated with your name or personal identity. The following are examples of personal information: name, address, phone number, e-mail address, user IDs, passwords, billing information, or credit card information.
We take privacy concerns very seriously. Though we do not collect personal information on this site, any personal information we have in our possession is used strictly for the application to which it relates and is stored securely.
Accuracy of Your Information
Composable Systems works hard to keep all of our data clean and accurate. Though we do not collect any personal information on this site if you have personal data collected by one of our clients through an application we built they will provide a means for you to update any out of date or inaccurate information.
Security of All Information
Security is the greatest concern online. We have numerous security measures in place, both physical and technical to protect any data we work with. We use firewalls, encryption methods, internal passwords, and physical keycards for access to data to keep our applications and data safe.
Our security is of course only as good as the use of the controls. Therefore we review and update our security controls on a regular basis. If we have provided a username for you to log into an application we suggest you do the same, reviewing your own protection of that password, never sharing it, and resetting it regularly.