List of words in the glossary:
Every computer connected to the Internet has a unique IP address. It is its identifier on the network. And it is these addresses that computers use when they communicate with each other.
A firewall is a computer device that filters the information circulating between two networks. It allows you to manage access to a given network and thus, to reduce the risk of external aggression.
The right of access allows Internet users, on the one hand, to know what personal information an organization or company holds on them and, on the other hand, to update and, if necessary, rectify it.
Right to Object
The right to object allows Internet users to refuse from their personal information being used for certain purposes mentioned at the time of collection.
Right of Withdrawal
The right to opt-out allows Internet users to request that their personal information no longer appears on a given list (e.g., mailing list, commercial prospecting list).
Files containing site activity.
An organization or business shall implement security safeguards to protect against, among other things, loss, destruction, and interception of collected personal information.
These measures shall be state-of-the-art and provide a level of security appropriate to the processing and nature of the information collected.
The term “personal data” refers to any information that can be used to identify a natural person.
Examples of such information include surnames, first names, postal and e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, credit card numbers, social security or social insurance numbers, date of birth, origin, political or trade union affiliation, religion, medical data, education, occupation, income, preferences.
The presence of a seal informs Internet users that the website on which they are browsing adheres to a certification program and, consequently, undertakes to respect certain conditions, for example, the protection of personal information, the security of transactions and the observance of state and non-state standards.
SET (Secure Electronic Transaction)
The SET protocol is used to ensure the security of online financial transactions.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)
The SSL protocol allows for the authentication, confidentiality and integrity of data exchanged.