SNSI® and its affiliated companies are committed to respecting the privacy of customers – including participants in the SNSI Training Programs, persons making inquiries and visitors to the SNSI website, This Privacy Policy covers personally identifiable information that may be provided to SNSI during such interactions. Changes to the policy will be posted on this page. Any changes will only apply to information collected after the posted date of any such change. Additionally, information may be provided to governmental bodies and other entities as required by law.

What security is provided by SNSI?
SNSI uses numerable measures of security to maintain the privacy of the personal information collected. The data are stored in secure databases and are accessed only for the purposes listed within the Privacy Policy.

SNSI is unable to control who visits the web site and cannot prevent children under 13 years of age from viewing the website, children may not use or register for any of the services offered on the web site without parental permission. SNSI encourages parents and guardians to supervise the activity of all children under the age of 18 in their use of the internet.
SNSI is compliant with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA). For more information on COPPA, visit:

What information does SNSI obtain?
Only the information provided by the inquirer is obtained.

How is the information used?
Information obtained from persons soliciting inquiries or questions is used to respond to such inquiries but is not used in any other manner. All gathered information is stored according to the SNSI normal document retention guidelines, and is not provided to third parties.

What information does SNSI obtain?
If a visitor voluntarily provides the information or registers: email address, name, mail address, phone number, personal demographic information, etc. In some instances the registrants may decide what information they choose to provide. However, complete information is needed in order for SNSI to respond to requests and/or include registrants in any contests etc.

What does SNSI do with the information?
SNSI may gather information for the sole purposes of identifying visitors, their interests, aggregate demographic data, or regional languages. SNSI does not provide, market, trade or sell the information we obtain to third parties, except in the aggregate as part of statistical reports prepared by SNSI for industry analysis.
Email addresses may be collected from those who communicate with SNSI through SNSI will not share any information with third parties unless they have agreed to maintain the confidentiality, security, and integrity of the personal information they obtain from SNSI. SNSI may also share aggregate or summary information regarding its users or third parties. These activities will be undertaken in accordance with governing laws and regulations and will not disclose individual information.

What does SNSI use to track information from users?
SNSI uses standard web-measuring tools to trace visitors movements through the site.
SNSI uses “cookies” to collect and record information about visitors behavior on SNSI stores information about what pages visitors’ visit, how long they are on the site, how they got here and what they click on. This data is not tied to personally identifiable information, such as your name or address, so this information cannot be used to identify who the visitor is. Please read the Cookies Policy for detailed informations.

Limits on our Abilities to Protect Personal Information.
Your privacy is very important to SNSI. However, due to the existing legal and technical environment, we cannot ensure that your personally identifiable information will not be disclosed to third parties in ways not described in this policy. For example, we may be forced to disclose information to the government or third parties under certain circumstances, or third parties may unlawfully intercept or access transmissions or private communications. Additionally, we can (and you authorize us to) disclose any information about you to private entities, law enforcement or other government officials at our sole discretion, believe necessary or appropriate to address or resolve inquiries or problems.