France Cybersecurity reserves the right to modify or alter these ToU at any time, particularly for the purpose of compliance with developments in legislation, regulations, case law or technology. In such an event, the date of the last update will be clearly indicated at the beginning of these ToU. The User shall be bound by these modifications as soon as they are published online. As such, the User must regularly refer to these ToU in order to stay informed of any potential modifications.
Alliance pour la Confiance Numérique
17 rue de l’amiral Hamelin, 75783 Paris Cedex 16
Directeur de la publication du Site : Yoann Kassianides
Responsable éditorial et Responsable de la rédaction du Site : Yoann Kassianides
The Website accessible via the following URLs: www.francecybersecurity.com and www.francecybersecurity.fr is operated in compliance with French law. The use of this website is governed by the general terms and conditions herein. By logging on to and using the Website, you acknowledge that you have read and understand these terms, and are deemed to have accepted them without limitation, and undertake to adhere to them.
2. USER INFORMATION
As a User of the Website, regardless of your capacity (professional or individual), location, device with which you logged on to the Website and the purpose of your visit, you are deemed to be aware the risks inherent to the use of the Internet, in particular the fact that continuity of access to the Website cannot be guaranteed.
It is your duty as such to take the necessary precautions to ensure that the information you choose to use is not tainted with errors or destructive elements such as viruses, Trojans, etc. France Cybersecurity shall not in any way be held liable for any difficulty encountered in accessing the Website or for the misuse of the Website in breach of these ToU.
France Cybersecurity shall take special care to the best of its ability in ensuring that it provides reliable information and updates of its Website as regularly as possible. Notwithstanding such care, errors and omissions may arise. The User will therefore need to ensure the accuracy of information with France Cybersecurity and suggest any necessary modifications to the Website.
France Cybersecurity shall not be held liable for how such information is used and any direct or indirect damage resulting from such use.
The information contained on this Website is as accurate as possible and the Website is regularly updated. Nonetheless, inaccuracies, omissions or discrepancies may occasionally appear. If you notice any discrepancies, errors or what may seem to be a malfunction, kindly inform us of the same using our online form describing the problem with as much detail as possible (particular page on which issue was encountered, action that caused the issue, type of computer and browser used, etc).
3. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
All content found on this Website, including but not restricted to graphics, images, text, videos, animations, sound clips, logos, gifs and icons as well as their layout are the exclusive property of France Cybersecurity with the exception of brands, logos or content belonging to other partner companies or copyright owners.
Any reproduction, distribution, modification, adaptation, retransmission or publication, in part or in whole, of these various elements is strictly prohibited without France Cybersecurity’s express written consent. Any representation or reproduction, by any means whatsoever without France Cybersecurity’s prior written consent, constitutes an infringement sanctioned by article L.335-2 and the following articles of the French Intellectual Property Code. France Cybersecurity may initiate civil and criminal proceedings against any infringing party for any unauthorized copies of its content.
France Cybersecurity is also holds database rights set out in Book III, Part IV of the French Intellectual Property Code (Law no. 98-536 of July 1st 1998) relating to copyrights and databases.
France Cybersecurity is a registered trade mark both in France and abroad.
Unless express prior consent has been given by France Cybersecurity, the User may be held civilly or criminally liable for any reproduction or representation in any form whatsoever, graphic or otherwise, of this brand or of any other brands that have been shown to belong to France Cybersecurity or third parties.
The User shall refrain from deleting, modifying, altering or removing in any manner whatsoever, the France Cybersecurity brand and, more generally, any indication of France Cybersecurity’s property displayed on any item published on the Website.
• HYPERTEXT LINKS
• Hypertext links used by the User linking back to the Website
Users and visitors to France Cybersecurity’s Website may not create hyperlinks to this Website without France Cybersecurity’s express prior consent.
In the hypothetical event that a User or visitor wishes to create hyperlinks to France Cybersecurity’s Website, he will need to contact France Cybersecurity’s legal and marketing department via this form in order to submit his request to set up a hyperlink. France Cybersecurity reserves the right to accept or reject requests to set up hyperlinks to the Website without the need to provide reasons for its decision.
Hyperlinks to this Website must be directed only to the homepage, accessible via the following URLs: www.francecybersecurity.fr or www.francecybersecurity.com, on the condition that the link opens in a new window. Deep linking in particular is prohibited, as well as the opening of this Website in a frame, unless express prior consent has been given by France Cybersecurity.
• Hypertext links used on the Website redirecting to third-party websites
France Cybersecurity’s Website may provide links to other websites or other resources available on the Internet.
Redirection to another website for complementary information shall not be taken to mean that France Cybersecurity acknowledges or accepts any liability whatsoever as to the nature or use of said website.
4. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
The User may download content at his own risk and peril and shall be solely liable for such risk. As such, France Cybersecurity shall not be held liable for any damage whatsoever to the User’s device or for any data loss as a consequence of downloading such content.
Links to other websites may be provided and are communicated for information only; France Cybersecurity shall therefore not be held liable for any risk arising from the use of content from such websites as well as their terms of access and use.
5. PERSONAL DATA
6. APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION
These ToU are governed by French law and any objection or dispute that may arise from the interpretation, validity or execution of the same shall fall under the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts on which France Cybersecurity’s head office depends. The language of reference for the settlement of potential disputes is French.