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Consulting & Professional Services

Privacy Statement

Privacy Statement

InnoVest Group, LLC (“InnoVest”) is committed to protecting your personal and sensitive data by:

  • Being Lawful (purpose description), Fair (consent) and Transparent (notice)

  • Using the data for the intended purpose only

  • Storing your (“data subject”) personal and sensitive information no longer than is necessary

  • Protecting confidentiality, integrity and accuracy of the data captured

  • Safeguarding anonymity of the personal and sensitive data through appropriate technology measures

  • Ensuring data privacy rights of the data subjects are in accordance with legitimate business rights and data privacy regulations

  • Holding ourselves accountable and compliant to the data privacy regulations


Key Definitions in EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

  • InnoVest is a Controller – when we engage third-parties to process InnoVest’s data

  • InnoVest is a Processor – when we process a client’s data


InnoVest Group, LLC

1775 Tysons Blvd., 5th  Floor, McLean, VA 22102



Data Protection Officer

InnoVest Group, LLC

Vice President – Chief Assurance Officer – Corporate Data Protection
1775 Tysons Blvd., 5th  Floor, McLean, VA 22102


Last updated date:  August 9, 2018


We are pleased about your visit on our web pages and your interest in our offers. Protecting your personal data is an important concern for us. In this Privacy Statement, we explain how we collect your data, what we do with it, for what purposes we use it, how we keep it safe, and how you can exercise your data rights.


InnoVest Group, LLC, hereafter known as “InnoVest”, “us,” “we,” or “our,” operates the website. InnoVest is a highly respected and award-winning professional services firm offering technology professional services and consulting solutions.


This page communicates our privacy policy and the purpose description for data collection, usage, processing, reporting, storage, data retention and removal within the boundaries of legitimate business requirements and applicable laws.


This privacy policy will help you understand the consent choices and the rights you have over the data you provide explicitly or implicitly through our website. When you visit the website and click on the “I agree” notice pop up, it is deemed that you have read and understood the privacy policy.


Information Collection and Use

We may collect different types of personal and sensitive information to understand your preferences, customize services, and improve your user experience. We may collect, store, process, report, retain and remove the data as per the InnoVest purpose description, aligned with this privacy policy and in compliance with the data privacy laws (e.g., GDPR).


Types of Data Collected


Personal Data

During your visit to our website, you may be prompted to provide personal information such as contact details to identify or to reach out to you. This data may include, but is not limited to:

  • Email address

  • First name and last name

  • Phone number

  • Address, state, province, city, zip/ postal code

  • Cookies and usage data


Sensitive Data

  • Your business information

  • Financial information

  • Business and technology opinions

  • Competition information


Collection and Usage of Data

We may track and collect information on how the website is being browsed and used (hereafter called as “Usage Data”). This information may include diagnostic data such as your browser application, browser version, pages visited, your computer’s Internet Protocol (IP) address, date and time of visit, time spent on individual pages, and device accessed from.


We also collect data that you submit when filling forms on our website. This data may include the personal and sensitive information that you may provide when inquiring about our services, downloading collaterals, signing up for events, providing feedback, or when participating in our opinion surveys.


We may also employ third-party service providers to aggregate, analyze, derive business insights and identify potential business opportunities from the data – to be followed up for a campaign or to qualify potential leads. These third-party providers are likely to use and retain the data as per our Data Processing Agreement (DPA). The DPA is an agreement signed by the third-parties which is aligned with our purpose description and privacy policy for data collection, storage, usage, processing, reporting, data retention and removal. It also complies with the boundaries of legitimate business requirements and applicable laws.


We also do not conduct any algorithmic or pattern-based analysis for profiling that would trace it back to the data subject, which may contribute to any form of discrimination.


Tracking Cookies Data

Cookies are files with small data sent to user’s computer system via an Internet browser. These files may include a unique anonymous identifier which enables our systems to learn about the traffic, your browsing preferences and interactions based on your current and previous activity on our website.

We use data from cookies and similar tracking technologies to offer better user experiences and tools in the future. You have an option to refuse all cookies via your web browser. You can also instruct your browser to indicate when a cookie is being sent. In case, you do not wish to accept the cookies, you may not be able to use some portions of the website. Examples of cookies we use to aggregate data are 1) Session cookies — to operate the website; 2) Preference cookies — to remember your browser settings; and 3) Security cookies — for security purposes.


Data Usage

We use the collected data for various purposes which include:

  • Updating you on the trends and topics of your interest that you have opted in and consented to

  • Customizing topics of interest based on your site visit preferences

  • Detecting, preventing and addressing technical issues

  • Monitoring the website performance and fine-tuning our offerings

  • Analyzing information to improve the website


Data Transfer

The purpose description for data collection, transfer, storage, usage, processing, reporting, retention, and removal is governed by InnoVest’s privacy policy and bound by the legitimate business requirements and applicable data privacy laws (e.g., GDPR).


If you choose to share your personal and sensitive data to us through our website, we may collect, store, transfer (including cross-border, third party), process, report, retain and remove your personal and sensitive data at a location outside of your home country.


We have taken necessary safeguards to ensure that your data is treated securely as per the principles and rights of data privacy, and in accordance with our privacy policy and purpose description.


Data Disclosure


Legal Requirements

We may disclose your personal and sensitive data, only when necessary, to:

  • Comply with a legal and regulatory obligations

  • Comply with the legitimate business requirement as per applicable laws

  • Investigate any possible misconduct in connection with the website

  • Defend and protect the rights and properties of InnoVest


Data Security

Security of your personal and sensitive data is important to us. We are compliant to ISO27001:2013, SOC1, SOC2 Trust Principles, and GDPR data privacy regulations. We leverage on these standards and control frameworks enabled by the technology to provide a secure environment for maintaining the confidentiality, integrity and availability (CIA) of our internal systems’, clients’ and website visitors’ data.


Service Providers

We may engage with third-party service providers and other professional service organizations to keep our website current. These service providers may analyze website’s usage, performance, and other website-related activities on our behalf. All the third-parties are contractually bound by the terms of our DPA.

Links to Other Sites

We may include links to other websites, third-party sites, and services on our website which are not operated by us. We advise you to review the privacy policy of every external website that you visit as we will not have control over their content, policies or practices. If you choose to click on the external links hosted on our website, your data privacy will be governed by the respective external website’s privacy statements. InnoVest does not take any responsibility for data breach experienced if you choose to provide any personal and sensitive data on the externally-hosted website.


Also, if you click on a third-party link, you will be directed to that third-party’s website and InnoVest’s cookies will track your visit to the external websites. If you wish to opt out of being tracked, click on the opt-out cookie in your browser and your preference will be registered with the browser until you choose to opt-in again. Please note that an opt-out cookie only works in the browser in which it was set. If you delete the cookies or use a different browser or device, please opt-out again.


Analytics and Advertising Partners

You can access our website without providing your personal and sensitive data. We may use third-party Internet-based advertising service providers including Google, YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to monitor, analyze and improve our website’s usage and associated social interactions.


When you visit our websites, these service providers with whom we have collaborated for remarketing, may introduce cookies into your browser. These cookies primarily allow us to monitor the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns. Because of this, you may see our company advertisements when you are browsing the internet. You can set your browser preferences to opt out from viewing our advertisements.


If you use the following social websites, please be aware that you are explicitly bound by their respective privacy policies. InnoVest does not take any responsibility for any data breach you experience by choosing to provide your personal and sensitive information in these externally-hosted websites.

Please go through the links mentioned below:


Children’s Privacy

Our website is not intended for anyone under the age of 13 (“Children”). If you get to know that your Children has provided their personal data to us, please contact us at We will take necessary steps to remove the information.


Changes to this Privacy Policy

We may add, change or update this document from time to time. Please review this page periodically. All the changes will become effective from the time they are posted on the website. The modified date will be mentioned at the top of this webpage, besides “Last updated date.” By continuing to use this website, you indicate that you agree to the changes.


How to Opt Out of Marketing Communications

If you have any questions related to this privacy policy or would like to opt out of our marketing communications or change your email preferences, you may contact our Privacy Policy Coordination Team at the above address or write to us at  We may ask you to provide additional information to verify your credentials.


To opt out of our updates completely and to discontinue receiving our emails or to report any data privacy concerns, please email us at

I have read and understand the privacy policy and agree to be bound by all of its terms.

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