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Privacy Policy

The International Association of Security Awareness Professionals (“IASAP” or “Association”) created this privacy statement (“Policy”) in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to the privacy and the confidentiality of our members. We endeavor to comply with all laws pertaining to privacy in the countries in which we operate. The following discloses the information gathering and dissemination practices of IASAP.


Collection of Personal Information
When you request membership, we ask that you provide information that personally identifies you (Personal Information), and allows us to process your membership or contact you. This information includes your name, work mailing address, company for which you work, phone numbers, email addresses, and other information to assist us in keeping you informed about IASAP activities and your rights and privileges as a member.

Storage of Personal Information
This information is retained in the active database while you are a member, and for up to a year afterwards in case you rejoin IASAP during that time. After that period of time, it is archived for historical purposes and is no longer accessible through the normal reporting methods.


A discussion of the specific responsibilities of IASAP staff and Executive Board officers can be found below.

The staff of IASAP use this information to maintain your membership, and to provide you with standard Association communications and privileges.

IASAP Executive Board
The Executive Board of IASAP has access to your contact information as a part of its oversight responsibilities.

One of our most significant responsibilities and duties as an Association is to encourage professional networking and the sharing of experiences and information among our members. The IASAP Non-Disclosure Agreement-protected sharesite serves a critical role in this activity and we encourage all members to post on it. Members can contact each other directly via their work email addresses or via the sharesite’s communications functionality.


A significant focus of our charter and activities is the education and development of our members. As a part of this effort, we seek to bring educational opportunities to our members. We likewise seek every opportunity to make our members aware of tools and services that might benefit them and their employers. We therefore solicit information on available tools, services and educational opportunities and communicate these to our membership.


As a special service to our members, we continually attempt to improve the benefits we provide. These benefits include special discount offerings of goods and services.


Information in IASAP webcasts has not been/will not be subjected to any formal testing by the International Association of Security Awareness Professionals (IASAP). The selection, implementation and/or use of software, hardware, or procedures presented within a webcast and the results obtained from such selection, implementation and/or use is the responsibility of the attendees.

Information will be presented as technically correct as possible, to the best knowledge of authors. If attendees intend to make use of any of the information presented in webcast, they should verify and test any and all procedures selected. Technical inaccuracies may arise from printing errors, new developments in the industry and/or changes or enhancements to components, either hardware or software.

Opinions expressed by contributing sponsors to IASAP webcasts are their own and do not necessarily reflect the official policy of IASAP.

Webcasts should be within the scope of security awareness, based on experience, and a subject of interest to the members. Upon broadcast, webcasts become the property of IASAP and may be distributed to, and used by, all IASAP members.

IASAP is a not-for-profit, independent organization and is not owned in whole or in part by any manufacturer of software or hardware. All organizational member security awareness professionals are welcome to join IASAP. For information on joining IASAP and for membership rates, see

All product names and visual representations published in a webcast or on are the trademarks/registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers.


This site contains links to other sites providing security updates or educational services which we consider to be of benefit to our members. IASAP is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.


This site has security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information under our control.

The site is audited on a periodic basis to attempt to keep it up to date with good security practices, and protective measures are implemented on the site hosts. Personal member information is not stored on the web server. All such information is stored only on protected internal servers.


Members may request membership changes in three ways:

  1. Online Via the Contact Form on our home page
  2. Email Via
  3. Postal mail
    International Association of Security Awareness Professionals
    P.O. Box 401
    Westhampton Beach, NY 11978


IASAP may amend this Policy from time to time. If we make any substantial changes to the way we use your Personal Information we will notify you by email and a prominent notification on our website.


If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this website, or your dealings with it, or have a concern that these privacy provisions are being violated in some way, please contact IASAP via