JNSA Privacy Policy

Date of enactment: July 1, 2013
Japan Network Security Association
Masahiro Shimomura, Secretary-General/
Personal Information Management Officer

 Japan Network Security Association (a specified nonprofit organization, hereinafter referred to as "the Association") recognizes its important responsibility to comply with relevant laws, national guidelines and other norms in Japan regarding the handling of personal information, and to appropriately manage and ensure the confidentiality and accuracy of personal information received/used in relation to the provision of the Association’s service. The Association has established the following Privacy Policy which the Association endeavor to comply with in order to handle the personal information appropriately.

1. Acquisition and Handling of Personal Information
When the Association acquires your personal information, the Association will notify you in person the purpose of use or publicly announce the purpose(*1) before receiving your personal information. The Association will use and handle your personal information within the scope of the purpose of use.

2. Handling of Personal Information
The Association will take reasonable safety measures, both technically and organizationally, in order to prevent the leakage, loss, or damage and other security control of the personal information provided to the Association. By any possibility, when any problem occurs, the Association will promptly take corrective measures.

3. Entrustment
The Association may entrust an individual or a business operator with any or all of the processes of obtaining, inputting, transferring, transmitting, using, processing, storing, deleting, and disposing of personal information, but the Association will sign a contract with the trustees requiring appropriate handling, and the Association shall exercise necessary and appropriate supervision over the trustee to ensure the security control of the entrusted personal information.

4. Provision and Disclosure of Personal Information to Third Parties
The Association will not provide or disclose the personal information of which the Association receives to any third party. However, this excludes the following cases.
When consent (*2) has been obtained from the person in question
When required by law
When the provision of personal information is necessary for the protection of the life, body, or property of individual, and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the person in question.
When the provision of personal information is necessary for cooperating with a state organ, a local government, or an individual or a business operator entrusted by one in executing the affairs prescribed by laws and regulations, and in which requesting the consent of the person would impede the execution of the affairs.

5. Disclosure, Correction, Suspension of Use, and Deletion of Personal Information
Any individual or a representative of the person may request the Association by application for disclosure, correction, suspension of use, or deletion of personal information obtained by the Association. In this case, please contact the following support desk.

6. Consultation and Complaints Regarding Personal Information
If you have any questions regarding the disclosure, correction, suspension of use, or deletion of your personal information, or if you have any complaints regarding the handling of your personal information, please contact the Association at the address below.
【Personal Information Support Desk】
 Secretariat of Japan Network Security Association
 TEL: 03-3519-6440(Only available in Japanese)

(*1) Notification or publication
The notice shall be given by one of the following methods.
- Oral notification
- Notification in writing
- Notification by e-mail
The public announcement shall be made by one of the following methods.
- Announcements on the Association's website
- Inclusion in catalogs and brochures
- Inclusion in periodicals
- Display at the reception of exhibitions and seminars

(*2) Consent from the individual
Consent may be given by any of the following methods.
- Oral consent
- Written consent
- Consent by email
- Consent using checkboxes and buttons on the web