We at Catherine Heneghan Solicitors respect the privacy of our visitors and are committed to preserving your online safety by preserving your privacy at anytime you visit or communicate with our site.
Who we are
1.1 Our website address is: http://www.chsolicitors.ie/
1.2 Data controller: Catherine Heneghan, Ellison Street. Castlebar, Co. Mayo
1.3 You can contact the data controller by emailing: email@example.com
2. Collected Information
Data can be collected and processed during the operations of our website. The following are ways we may perform these actions:
2.1 Data regarding your visit(s) to our website and any resources used are collected. The following is included and not limited to: location data, weblogs, traffic data, and any other communication information.
2.2 Any forms you filled out on our site allows us to collect data such as registering for information or when you complete a purchase.
2.3 If for any reason you communicate with our personnel or site we may collect information.
2.4 Providing personal data is not mandatory. You decide if you want to use any of the website functionality.
2.5 Reasons for collecting personal information would be business related, usually it allows you to communicate and interact with us. If you are not willing to interact with us in any way, please do not provide any personal data and do not use this website.
2.6 Contact forms
We keep contact form submissions for a certain period for lead generation and customer service purposes, but we do not use the information submitted through them for marketing purposes.
Any information collected will not have any identifying data. It is statistical data about our visitors and how they have used our site. No personal details will be shared that could identify you.
2.7.2 We may assemble information about your common internet use with a cookie file. When used, the cookies are downloaded to your computer automatically. The cookie is stored on the hard drive, with transferred information. The data sought by the cookie helps us improve our website and any service offered to you.
2.7.3 Your browser has the ability to decline cookies. This is done by setting your browser options to decline all cookies. Note: if you do decline the download of cookies, some aspects of our site may not work or allow you access.
We use website analytics: Google and Awstats.
3. Personal Data Storage & Safety
3.2 Information we are provided will be stored on secure servers. Transaction data is encrypted for your safety.
3.3 You should understand data via online transmission is not completely secure. We cannot guarantee full protection and security data, only that we take all reasonable action to protect information sent to us electronically. Transmission of any data by you is at your own risk. Where applicable you may be given access to sections of our site that require a password. You are responsible for the passwords safety and confidentiality.
4. Who we share your data with
We share our data with third party extensions: analytics & ads (Google, Awstats)
5. What rights you have over your data
You can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, including any data you have provided to us. You can also request that we erase any personal data we hold about you. This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.
6 Information Disclosure
6.1 At times we may disclose personal information to persons in our group. This can include subsidiaries, holding companies, or any other subsidiaries involved in our business, if applicable.
6.2 Third Party disclosure may occur for the following reasons:
6.2.1 Selling any or all of our business to a third party may result in sharing your information.
6.2.2 At any time when we are legally required to we may disclose information about you and your visits to our sites.
6.2.3 To prevent fraud and help in fraud protection in order to reduce credit risk, we may disclose information.
7. Third Party Links
8. Information Accessibility
We cannot withhold data we collect about you, as per The Data Protection Act 1998. This act provides you with access to any information we may hold on you. If you wish to have access about our data collection on you please contact us. Please use the contact details below to formulate your data access request.
9. Contacting Us
If you receive an email from notifying you of a change to our bank account details, it is a scam. We will never use email to notify our clients of a change to our bank account details.
Online scams are designed to swindle you out of your money using your computer and the internet, either through fake emails or websites. Online scamming is now a multi-billion pound industry, and everyone needs to be vigilant to protect themselves.
This page provides tips on how to reduce the chance of others getting hold of personal information through your tablet, smart phone or computer:
- only allow someone to remotely access your computer if they are from a trusted source, like your internet service provider, and only if you called them for help.
- create passwords which are long and use lower and upper case letters as well as numbers and symbols. Change passwords regularly and don’t share them.
- use antivirus software and keep it up to date.
- understand what software you are installing on your computer or phone and make sure you are using a secure site. A secure site will have a web address beginning with https not http – the ‘s’ stands for secure.
- make sure your firewall is switched on.
- don’t open suspicious or unknown emails, email attachments, texts or pop up messages. Emails with unusually worded subject headings are often not genuine.
- no online company will contact you to ask for your log-in details, such as your password or user ID, unless they are scammers. You should only need to provide this information when you are logging onto a service such as online banking.
- before entering payment card details on a website, make sure the link is secure.
If you have opened a scam email:
- don’t reply to it.
- don’t click on any links in the email or open any attachments.
- if you have already clicked on a link and opened a website, don’t give any personal information out.