Online safety is of paramount importance to Dizeme. We take pride in how we deal with the data we hold and make sure we comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
We take seriously the privacy of all who visit our website, including visitors, registrants, and subscribers.
We are committed to safeguarding the privacy of users while providing personalised and valuable services.
If there are any requests concerning personal information or any queries with regard to these practices please contact our Privacy Officer by e-mail using the contact on the front of the web page.
References to Terms and Conditions are to the terms and conditions applicable to subscribers.
Company’s Registered Address: Ocean82 Limited, Registered Number: 07760243
We provide a personalised experience and as such we collect personally identifiable information about visitors to our websites, including registrants and subscribers through
We also collect information automatically about visits by subscribers students whether at home or at work to Dizeme via Cookies.
Updating Your Information
You can update your account information by login to your account.
Data kept for marketing purposes can be changed at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link on any email from us. From this link, you will be able to access the marketing preferences linked to your email address, meaning you can limit contact to free resources, product updates, events and training, free trials and/or special offers, or deselect yourself from all non-account based emails entirely. Alternatively, you can email us at the contact on the home page of this website.
Your Access to Personally Identifiable Data
The General Data Protection Regulation gives you the right to access information held about you.
Your right of access can be exercised in accordance with the regulations. Please login to your account to access the information or email us at the contact on the home page of this web site.
To ensure that the user receives the best customer care, staff have access to user data (dependent upon their role). Staff access is controlled via documented System Access Requests and is only granted on a need-to-know basis.
Disclosure of Personal Identifiable Data to third parties
We have a policy of not sharing any Personal Identifiable Data about visitors, registrants, subscribers, and home users with anyone outside the organisation. (Please note that the usernames/passwords are controlled by the users themselves.)
Who We Share data with
We do not sell or share your data without your consent.
We may also disclose Data to third party suppliers if we are otherwise required to do so by law. Security and Protection of Personal Identifiable Data All remote access to web applications are conducted over HTTPS, an encrypted web link secured with a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). This is the same method used by banks and commercial entities to secure sensitive data from interception.
External Storage of Personal Identifiable Data
We store data on secure database servers – Amazon Webservers and Rackspace Webservers.
Webservers are housed in secure data centres, trusted and used by many of the country’s leading organisations.
Transfer of Personal Identifiable Data Outside of the European Economic Area
All data entered and saved on our products is stored and backed up on secure database servers within the UK. Any email communication with us will go through our email systems (Microsoft Office 365 & Rackspace Webmail) which is held on Privacy Shield compliant servers held in the USA – the US Privacy Shield policy is available to view on request. Wherever possible we request our customers to upload their data directly to us products rather than emailing it to us.
Use of Personal Identifiable Data
By accepting the Terms and Conditions all home users and subscribers consent to use and/or disclosure of the Data for purposes which may include:
Data Retention Schedule -Data Held
We hold data on suppliers, customers, potential customers and subscribers.
Breach Notification Procedure
Any potential Data Protection Breach (DPB) is notified to the Privacy Officer (PO). The PO will open an incident log and make an initial assessment of the breach’s severity.
The PO will conduct a detailed assessment and investigation of the DPB. The PO will establish a likelihood and severity of a resulting risk to people’s rights and freedoms.
If there is a risk, the ICO will be notified within 72 hours of the notification.
If there is no risk, a documented decision will be made available to the ICO (although the ICO will not be notified).
If a DPB is likely to result in a high risk to the rights and freedoms of individuals, the PO will inform those concerned directly and without undue delay.
Any DPB will be documented and reviewed to ascertain if lessons can be learned.