Article 10 of Law 34/2002, July 11, the Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services Act imposes an obligation on all Internet Service Providers to have means that enable, both recipients of the service as well as competent bodies, permanent, easy, direct and free electronic access to certain information that we provide in this section.
The owner of the Lucient.com websites is Lucient Data Taxpayer ID Number A54101977 and has its registered address at C/ Rey Juan Carlos I, 88 4ºC, Albatera 03340, Alicante, Spain
Lucient Data is registered in Alicante Trade Register at Volume 3752, Folio 152, Page A-97866.
In the event that the user does not agree, they should refrain from using the Lucient.com websites.
All terms all used described in the previous clause are also valid and in force for any Lucient application; including applications such as Lucient Analytics.
COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The user acknowledges and accepts that all trademarks, trade names or logos, content, all industrial and intellectual property rights, and/or any other elements featured on the Lucient.com websites are the exclusive property of Lucient Data and/or third parties, who have the exclusive right to use such for the purposes of trade. Under no circumstances will access to the website imply any kind of surrender, transfer, license, or concession, whether in full or in part, to such rights, unless otherwise expressly provided.
In accordance with that stated in the previous paragraph, users of this website are forbidden to reproduce, copy, transfer, distribute, modify or make other uses, whether in whole or in part, of the information and content of this website without prior written permission from Lucient Data.
Lucient Data is the owner of the elements that are included in the graphic design of its website, menus, HTML code, text, trademarks, logos, color schemes, buttons, images, graphics and all other website content, as well as the layout, selection, arrangement and presentation of its contents or, in any case, has the corresponding authorization for the use of the said elements. The content of this website may not be reproduced neither in whole or in part, nor transmitted or recorded by any information retrieval system in any form or by any means without prior written authorization from the aforementioned Entity.
Therefore, the user agrees to use this website, its content and services in a diligent and correct fashion, in accordance with the law, morals, good practices and customs, public order, good will and these general conditions of use, with scrupulous respect for intellectual property rights which correspond to Lucient Data.
The user is expressly forbidden to use the website for purposes that are illegal, prohibited, and harmful to the rights of others or which may, in any way, damage the brand image or reputation of Lucient Data.
The user will be held liable for all nature of damages and losses that Lucient Global SA. may suffer as a result of a breach of any of the obligations to which they are bound by the application of these conditions.
To this effect, Lucient Data reserves the right to initiate legal proceedings in defense of its rights.
PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
In order to provide certain services on this website the user will be required to fill out a form with the data and information requested, such that if mandatory fields, marked with an asterisk, are not completed, Lucient Data may not be able to provide the service requested.
The user will be responsible for the authenticity of the data that is provided, as well as for any false, incomplete, or incorrect data and information.
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING CAMPAIGNS
In accordance with the provisions of Law 34/2002, 11th July, the Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services Act and Law 56/2007, 28th December, Measures to Promote the Information Society amending the former, users of the Lucient.com websites are informed that they will not be sent advertising or communications by electronic mail or any other equivalent electronic media without prior request or consent. For such purposes, users must give their consent by means of informative clauses that are included on each of the forms through which personal data is collected.
Users may indicate not to receive commercial information by means of the empty boxes included in such informative clauses.
However, in any case users may object to or express their decision not to receive commercial information by electronic means by sending an email to: info@Lucient.com.
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE WEBSITE OWNER
Lucient Data does not guarantee the absence of viruses or other elements in the content, consequently it will not be held liable for damage to equipment or systems of users caused by possible computer viruses that could have been contracted when the user browses the website.
Similarly, the owner of the Lucient.com websites cannot control or guarantee continued access or correct viewing, downloading or use of the items and information on its websites, which may be prevented, hindered or interrupted by factors or circumstances beyond its control and is not responsible for interruptions, delays or malfunction of the service when this is due to causes beyond the control of Lucient Data., by force majeure or any other causes attributable to the user.
Lucient Data assumes no responsibility for the contents and opinions expressed by the users of the Lucient.com websites or for the information contained on third party websites which can be accessed through the search engines or links on the Lucient.com websites.
USE OF THE WEB BY MINORS
Minors must always request permission to their parents, tutor, or legal representative before accessing the Lucient.com websites.
The parents or legal tutors of the minors are the ones who are in the last term entitled and legitimized to authorize, limit, and also ban the access to precise information or contents of the Lucient.com websites.
The access and use of the web site to non-authorized minors is completely banned. Lucient Global understands that from the moment a minor has access to the Lucient.com websites, it is under the permission of his/her parents, tutor, or legal representative.
Lucient Data informs that there are computer programs that allow to leak and block the access to certain contents and services. These programs are used, among other functions, so that parents decide which services or contents a minor can access.
These programs can be useful tools to look after the interests of the minors without stopping or limiting access to the opportunities that Internet may offer him/her.
INFORMATION SECURITY POLICY
In response to a new technological environment where information technology and communications converge to facilitate a new productivity paradigm for companies, LUCIENT DATA (hereinafter, LUCIENT) is highly committed to maintaining a competitive service by providing R&D+i business consultancy and support services, as well as the promotion of research projects and technology development and innovation within a quality focused environment, where the development of best Data Security practices is essential to achieve our confidentiality, integrity, availability and legal compliance targets in regards to the managed data.
In view of the above, LUCIENT has defined the following principles to be considered within the Information Security Management System (ISMS):
LUCIENT’s executive management shall assume all liabilities concerning the support and promotion of the required organizational, technical and control measures that may be required in order to comply with this Information Security Policy. Moreover, they shall also be responsible to provide all required resources in order to resolve any information security related non conformities and incidents that may arise as soon and as efficiently as possible, as well as implementing any required measures to ensure that these do not recur.
This policy shall be maintained, updated, and adapted to the organizational needs, in line with the organization’s own risk management context. For that purpose, it shall be reviewed at pre-established intervals or as required following any significant changes, with the purpose of ensuring its suitability, adequacy, and effectiveness.
Likewise, a formally defined risk assessment procedure is established in order to manage any risks that may affect LUCIENT. On the other hand, all policies and procedures included in the ISMS shall be reviewed, approved, and promoted by LUCIENT’s executive management.
INFORMATION SECURITY POLICY SUPPLIERS
We inform our suppliers of the existence of Information Security Guidelines established in our organization to show the commitment of LUCIENT in the protection and guarantee of the principles of confidentiality, integrity, authenticity, and availability of the information handled in the Corporation.
We work under an Information Security Management System, whose scope not only affects the use of assets, but extends to all persons and third parties in the knowledge and compliance with these structured guidelines according to ISO / IEC 27001 standards: 2013 Both the Policy and the Information Security Guidelines are in line with the RGPD 2016/679 of Protection of Personal Data and current regulations, which ensures compliance.
This regulation on security matters in the following fields of the organization:
APPLICABLE LEGISLATION AND JURISDICTION
The Lucient.com websites complies with the general rules in force: among others, Law Protection of Personal Data and the Law 34/2002 11th July, Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services.
In the case of any dispute or conflict that may arise in relation to the Lucient.com, websites, Spanish law will be applied, with the Courts of Spain being responsible for resolving any legal issues, parties expressly waive any other jurisdiction to which they may be otherwise entitled.