Overall Privacy Policy

Privacy is of great concern to The Parker Avery Group. We extend to our website, blog, and social media visitors the same level of privacy that we demand from other websites.

This policy describes how Parker Avery collects, uses, and shares your information when you interact with our website, blog, and social media sites (herein referred to as “Parker Avery’s digital channels”).

We will not sell, trade, exchange, or otherwise make available any personally identifiable information to any other company or organization not directly affiliated with Parker Avery.

By using or interacting with our website, you signify your consent to our Privacy Policy and the collection, transfer, storage, disclosure, and use of your information described. If you do not agree to the terms of our Privacy Policy, then you may choose not to use Parker Avery’s digital channels.

Data Security

The Parker Avery Group adheres to global privacy laws and security standards with measures in place to help you meet your compliance obligations.

SOC 2 (Types 1 and 2)

The SOC2 Types 1 and 2 reports are an independent auditor’s attestation of the security controls that Parker Avery has had in place during the report’s coverage period. This report is provided for customers and prospects to review to ensure no exceptions to the documented policies and procedures in the policy documentation.

Parker Avery’s SOC2 audit certification is in effect from December 2023 through November 2024.

GDPR

GDPR requires organizations to maintain documentation about their privacy practices and their decisions about how they handle individuals’ personal data. Parker Avery shares the GDPR’s commitment to these principles and has outlined our data collection and processing activities, and the various policies and guidelines we follow pursuant to the GDPR.

GDPR compliance is outlined on our Privacy Policy and Data Security page.

CCPA

The California Consumer Protection Act requires that businesses subject to the statute grant consumers the ability to request access to and deletion of their data, and the ability to opt out of “sales” of their personal information. The law also restricts how service providers that process personal information on behalf of a business may use that information.

Parker Avery does not sell or share externally customers’ or users’ personal information.

Traffic Analysis

Parker Avery may use software programs, such as Google Analytics and HubSpot to analyze traffic on Parker Avery’s digital channels. These programs primarily collect aggregate data, not personal information. We use this information at the aggregate level to measure and improve our marketing, content, and consulting services offered. Information collected includes:

  • New or previous user
  • Location
  • Traffic source (where did the user come from; e.g., google search, newsletter link)
  • Pages browsed and duration
  • Device (e.g., mobile, desktop)
  • Operation system (e.g., Windows, Mac)
  • Browser and version
  • Network domain/service provider

Email

Parker Avery may offer visitors the ability