Allari Privacy Policies

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Howdy! Welcome to Allari’s Privacy Center. At Allari, we believe security can’t exist without privacy. We believe transparency is at the heart of what we do and in the security services we provide you. We’d like to make sure you understand your privacy rights and the who, what, when, how, and why we manage and use your personal information.

Security and privacy stuff should be painless, and that’s why we’ve created these privacy artifacts below to ensure you have the information you need. Please take the time to review these painless, yet important, privacy artifacts below.

Allari online privacy policy


Thanks for visiting Allari, and double thanks for checking out our privacy policy.

We know privacy policies can sometimes be pretty boring to read, so we’ll try to keep ours (somewhat) entertaining because you’re legally bound to the provisions below if you use our site or services.

Allari provides web-based IT services that businesses use to support their Enterprise IT Departments, monitor their network security, and react to security issues.

Allari’s Privacy Principles are held in high regard by our employees and are not meant to disrupt our IT operation services, managed detection and response services. They are meant to demonstrate how easy we enable and safeguard your privacy within our practices and culture.

This online privacy policy describes how Allari (collectively “Allari,” “we”, “us” or “our”) handles personal info that we collect through our websites, through social media, in connection with our marketing activities, and through other activities described in this privacy policy.

If you are a current customer using Allari’s ITaaS Platform (‘Platform’) and are receiving our Managed Detection and Response services via our Security Operations Center, please refer to our Transparent Managed Security Privacy Policy.

This privacy policy does not apply to info that we process on behalf of our business customers while delivering Workbench and our Managed Detection and Response services. Our use of this info is restricted by our agreements with those business customers. If you have concerns regarding personal info that we process on behalf of a business, you should direct your concerns to that business.

1. Our Privacy Principles

Of Allari’s core values, transparency and accountability are held in high regard. Our Privacy Principles listed below help guide privacy decisions throughout Allari so that we can fulfill our objectives in allowing security and privacy to be readily available, accessible, and easy to fulfill.

  1. We respect individuals’ privacy by transparently promoting informed choice.
  2. We are transparent about the personal info that we use, and we are accountable for how our partners and third parties use it.
  3. We will only collect personal info that we need, pseudonymize, anonymize, or securely dispose of personal info that we do not require.
  4. We factor security and privacy into everything we do.
  5. We engineer security and privacy into our ideas and products.

2. What we collect, why, and how we use it.

While you are on our website, we might collect, use, store or transfer different kinds of data about you. These kinds of data fall into different categories:

  • “personal info” is info that allows someone to identify or contact you, directly or indirectly — like your name, your email address or your phone number.
  • “non-personal info” is data that is not associated with or linked to you or your personal info.

The info you provide to Allari:

  • We may collect personal info from you, such as your first and last name, email and mailing addresses, professional title, company name, phone number, country of residence, and state of residence when you submit a form on (our “site”) or attend one of Allari’s events.
  • If you provide us feedback or contact us via email, we will collect your name and email address, as well as any other content included in the email, and send you a reply.
  • If you visit Allari offices, we will collect your name, email address, and phone number for physical security purposes.
  • If you provide Allari with personal info as part of the managed security services received by Allari or via your use of Allari Workbench (‘Workbench’), please see the Transparent Managed Security Privacy Policy section. Note that you cannot use our managed security services or Workbench without accepting the terms of our Workbench Privacy Policy.
  • When you apply for a job at Allari via our site, we will ask you to provide personal info about yourself so we can evaluate your application. If this info is not provided, our ability to consider you as a candidate may be limited. You may also provide us with your personal info that we do not specifically request (for example, your resume/CV may contain info about your hobbies and social preferences).

The types of personal info we collect about you may include:

  • First/last name, email, phone, info on how you may have heard about the open role, inclusions identifying you within your resume/CV, inclusions identifying you or other individuals in a cover letter (optional submission by you), and the link to your LinkedIn profile (optional submission by you).

Regarding special categories of info within the Allari hiring process:

  • In connection with your application on our careers site, Allari does not request or require special categories of personal info regarding religion, race or ethnic origin, gender, health, sexual orientation, membership of a trade union, or political affiliation.
  • We request that you do not provide this info, but if you do, we may delete it and it will not be considered as part of your application to Allari.
  • Further, if you do provide us with special categories of info (religion, race or ethnic origin, gender, health, sexual orientation, membership of a trade union, or political affiliation), you expressly authorize Allari to handle this info in accordance with this policy.
  • If you have a disability and would like for us to consider an accommodation, you may provide that info during the recruitment process
  • Other info that we may collect which is not specifically listed here, which we will use as described in this privacy policy or as otherwise disclosed at the time of collection.

How we use cookies (chocolate chips not included, sadly)

Who loves cookies?!

We sure do. Especially when they’re straight out of the oven.

Our cookie policy might not bring you quite as much joy as gooey chocolate chip goodness … but it’s pretty important.

We promise to keep this short and sweet, though. (Pun definitely intended.)

1. What are cookies?

What you’ll see below are descriptions of a different type of cookie – it’s a technical type of cookie (chocolate chips not included). “Cookies” are small pieces of information that a website places on your computer’s hard drive while you’re viewing the Allari website (referred to from here on out as ‘our site’). These cookies serve different purposes — they help us run our site better and let you navigate between pages more efficiently.

We may use ‘session’ cookies (which expire once you close your web browser) and ‘persistent’ cookies (which stay on your computer until you delete them) to provide you with a more personal and interactive experience on our site. In plain English, this means we use cookies so that we can provide our services and understand how they are used and for advertising/analytics purposes.

Also, Cookies that we set are called “first party cookies”, while cookies set by other parties are called “third party cookies.” Third-party cookies enable features or functionality from such third parties to be provided on our site. The parties that set these third-party cookies can recognize your computer both when it visits the website in question and also when it visits certain other websites. More on this below…

2. What types of cookies and similar tracking technologies does Allari use?

On our site, we use the cookies and pixel tags listed in the following categories described in the table below.

If you’re really into learning about different types of technical cookies … well, this section’s for you.

Cookies deployed on our site


Description and purpose

Where used

Strictly Necessary Cookies

These cookies are necessary to provide you with the services needed to deliver our site to you.

All the strictly necessary cookies are deemed persistent, except for the session cookies set by Cloudflare and WordPress.







Functional Cookies

These cookies allow our sites to remember choices you make (such as your user name, language or the region you are in) and provide enhanced, more personal features.

For instance, a website may be able to provide you with local weather reports or traffic news by storing in a cookie the region in which you are currently located.

These cookies may also be used to provide services you have asked for, such as watching a video (i.e., Wistia persistent cookies on our Site or commenting on a blog.




Targeting and Advertising Cookies

The LinkedIn cookie typically acts as a third-party host where website owners have placed one of its content sharing buttons on their pages, although its content and services can be embedded in other ways. Although such buttons add functionality to the website they are on, cookies are set regardless of whether or not the visitor has an active LinkedIn profile, or agreed to their terms and conditions.

YouTube collects user data through videos embedded in websites, which is aggregated with profile data from other Google services in order to display targeted advertising to web visitors across a broad range of their own and other websites. YouTube cookies act as a unique identifier to track the viewing of videos.

DoubleClick cookies collect how many times you have seen an ad and, for example, whether you need to see the UK or US version of the ad. It cannot find out any personal information about you, however, it does track IP addresses.



Google Analytics

Doubleclick (Google)

Performance Cookies

These cookies collect information about how visitors use our sites, for instance, which pages visitors go to most often, and if they get error messages from our site. These cookies don’t collect information that identifies a visitor.

Inspectlet cookies store information regarding mouse position, clicks, Scrolls, and highlighted elements and text. These are deemed to be both session and persistent cookies.

Marketo cookies allow the tracking of visitor behavior on our sites, and it links a site visitor to the recipient of an email marketing campaign in order to measure campaign effectiveness. Tracking through Marketo cookies is performed anonymously until a user identifies himself by submitting information via a contact form, etc.

New Relic cookies allow for monitoring the performance of web and mobile applications. These are deemed to be session cookies.

All the information these cookies collect is aggregated and only used to improve how our sites work via website analytics.

If you do decide to live without these cookies, certain functions of our site may not work (i.e., our Drift cookie which controls our robot chat function).


Google Analytics



New Relic



Cookies deployed through the use of Platform


Description and purpose

Where used

Strictly Necessary Cookies

These cookies are necessary to provide you with the services needed to deliver our site to you.

All the strictly necessary cookies are deemed persistent, except for the session cookies set by Cloudflare and WordPress.


Functional Cookies

Allari’s Platform uses cookies to track sessions.

The information these cookies collect may be anonymized and they cannot track your browsing activity on other websites.



Performance Cookies

Mixpanel and Pendo cookies are used to for analytics purposes only (i.e., record Platform user activity and to report on what pages and features users utilize and dwell on more or less frequently, etc.).

These cookies are used to enhance the Platform platform and optimize usability and utility. Mixpanel stores a Platform user name, as it has the capacity to drill down to specific user history, however, recordings are not personally revealing and do not amount to profiling.



Allari doesn’t sell your personal information/cookie info that is gathered through the use of our site.

3. Other tech we use

Aside from cookies, we also use something called “pixel tags” — if you’re a tech geek like all of us, you might also know them as clear GIFs or web beacons. The TL;DR on pixel tags is this: they’re tiny graphic images with unique identifiers, similar to cookies, that are used to recognize when someone has visited our sites or opened an email that we have sent them. In contrast to cookies, which are stored on a user’s computer hard drive, pixel tags are embedded invisibly in web pages. They can analyze web traffic patterns from one page within our sites to another, communicate with cookies, and understand whether you came to our sites from an online advertisement or post displayed on a third-party website. We do not tie the information gathered by pixel tags to our users’ personal information. Among other uses, they enable us to compile statistics about usage of our sites so that we can manage our content more effectively.

4. You’ve got some choices

The copy below was written by our lawyers (bear with us).

The Cliff’s Notes version is this: You’ve got options, and can switch ‘em up thanks to your nifty browser settings.

If you decide at any time that you no longer wish to accept cookies from Allari’s site, then you can instruct your browser by changing its settings. Most browsers let you remove or reject cookies. Many browsers accept cookies by default until you change your settings. For more information about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set on your device and how to manage and delete them, visit Please note that if you set your browser to disable cookies, our sites may not work properly and you may experience some inconvenience in your use of our sites. For example, we may not be able to recognize your computer or mobile device and you may need to log in every time you visit our sites.

Find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers:

  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Apple Safari
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer

Google Analytics

For more info about what you can do to understand how Google safeguards your data, click here. For more info on specifics regarding how Google Analytics cookies operate on websites, click here. You can prevent the use of Google Analytics relating to your use of our sites by downloading and installing a browser plugin available here.

Google’s ability to use and share information collected by Google Analytics pertaining to your visits to our site is restricted by the Google Analytics Terms of Use and the Google Privacy Policy.

Opt-out options regarding targeted advertising

If you’d like to opt-out from receiving targeted advertising on websites through members of the Network Advertising Initiative, click here or the Digital Advertising Alliance by clicking here. Please note that we also may work with companies that offer their own opt-out mechanisms and may not participate in the opt-out mechanisms linked above.

European users can opt-out of receiving targeted advertising on websites through members of the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance by clicking here, selecting the user’s country, and then clicking “Choices” (or similarly-titled link).

5. Get in touch

Information about the cookies we use may be updated from time to time, so please check back on a regular basis for any changes. Have questions about this policy? Feel free to reference our Allari Privacy Policies or give us a shout and we’ll be glad to help you.