Privacy policy

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Privacy policy

This privacy statement explains how, a website run by the Defense staff agency, handles personal information. This privacy statement only applies to data collected by this website. It will inform you with the following information:

1. What personally identifiable information about you is gathered via the website, how it is used, and with whom it might be shared;

2. What options do you have when it comes to the use of your data;

3. The safeguards in place to prevent your information from being misused, and;

4. How will you correct any inaccuracies in the data.

Information Gathering, Utilization, and Dissemination

The information gathered on this site is solely owned by the Defense Staff Agency. We only have access to/collect information that you give us voluntarily via email or other direct interaction. This information will not be sold or rented to anyone.

Personal Information: “Personal Information” or “your information” refers to data concerning a specific person. Name, home address, resume, references, education and work experience, and other job-related information are all examples of personal information. However, it excludes business contact information, such as contact information published on a business card, when used to contact an individual in his or her professional role.

Your information will be used to respond to you about the reason you contacted us in the first place. Unless it is absolutely necessary to complete your request, we will not share your information with anyone outside of our firm. Certain information about you may be made available to the firm with which you applied when you apply for a job. Any information we have about you may be transferred as an asset in connection with a proposed or completed merger or sale involving all or part of Defense staff agency, or as part of a corporate reorganisation or other change in corporate control. We may disclose your information in order to contribute to law enforcement investigation organisations in the case of investigating a breach of an agreement or a violation of the law, or detecting, suppressing, or preventing fraud.

We may acquire personal information from an individual when he or she:

• visits our website;

• submits a job application;

• signs up for job alerts and information about jobs and careers;

• take part in a survey;

• send a link to a job posting to a friend, and;

• if you contact us.

• unless you specify otherwise, we may contact you through email in the future to advise you of special offers, new products or services, or changes to our privacy policy.

Your Control and Access to Information

You have the option to opt out of receiving future communications from us at any time. You can reach us at any time by sending an email or calling the phone number shown on our website to:

• check to see whether we have any information about you;

• modify or amend any information we have about you;

• request that we erase any information we hold on you, and;

• let us know if you have any concerns about how we use your information.

Cookies policy

Defense staff agency is dedicated to providing you with the greatest online experience possible while using the website (the “Website”). To do so, we collect data about your online behaviour while you are on the Website using our own and standard third-party cookies, as well as tracking how often you visit the Website. Unless you supply us with your information by filling out a form, responding to a survey, signing up for email notifications, or using another Service offered on the Website, the information we collect is anonymous and does not identify you as an individual. Please do not use the Website if you do not agree to the terms of this Policy.

How to Take Care of Cookies

You can set your browser to refuse cookies if you don’t want us to monitor information through cookies. Please go to your Internet browser’s user instructions to learn how to remove and reject cookies if you desire to do so. Please be aware that refusing cookies may have an impact on your user experience on the Website and may prevent you from using certain site features and services. Links to third-party websites may be found on the Website. If you click on a link to one of these third-party websites, please be aware that these sites have their own privacy and cookie policies, for which we take no responsibility or obligation. Please read these policies carefully before providing any personal information to any third-party websites.

We take steps to keep your information safe. Your information is protected both online and offline when you submit sensitive information via the website.

Wherever sensitive information is collected, it is encrypted and sent to us in a secure manner. You may check this by looking for a closed lock icon at the bottom of your web browser or “https” at the start of the web page’s address.

We protect critical information exchanged online with encryption, but we also protect your information offline. Access to personally identifiable information is restricted to personnel who require it to perform a specific task (for example, billing or customer service). Personal identifying information is stored on computers and servers that are kept in a secure environment. in a secure environment.


Our Privacy Policy is subject to change at any moment, and any changes will be disclosed on this page.