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The information contained in this website is current as of the date of its last update and serves as introductory information for the user, relative to its services, products and other included information.

CISDP rejects liability that is derived by the improper use of the contents and reserves the right to update this content when it desires, as well as erase, limit or impede direct access to it, whether temporarily or definitively.

CISDP rejects any liability concerning any information that is not contained in this website, and therefore, not elaborated by CISDP or not published in its name. Additionally, liability is especially rejected concerning information contained in websites from third parties connected by links to the website of CISDP.

CISDP is not responsible for possible security errors that may result from the use of computers infected with viruses. They are also not liable for the consequences of the malfunction of the browser or use of outdated versions.

Reproduction, copying, use, distribution, commercialization, public communication or any other activity that can be carried out with the information contained in these web pages and carried out without the authorization of CISDP is an offence punishable by law.

According to the provisions of Law 15/1999 and Royal Decree 1720/2007 approving the Regulation of Development of the Data Protection Act (Official Data Protection Law), the user is informed of the inclusion of their data in CISDP computer files and its treatment. The data obtained will be derived from navigation and from user queries or suggestions. The user has the right to oppose the use of any of their data and its use for any purpose other than what is expressed in this notice, being able to exercise rights of access, rectification, cancellation, and opposition in accordance with current legislation. If this is the case, the user should contactt CISDP through the services offered on the "Customer Care" screen.

The user's acceptance that their data can be treated or disposed in the manner provided in this paragraph is revocable, without retroactive effect, in accordance with Articles 6 and 11 of Law 15/1999 of 13 December.