Applicability - Legal Entities and Websites
This Privacy Notice applies to the following Dun & Bradstreet legal entities: KB Consulting Group LLC. whose mission is to create the best staffing and recruitment firm in the industry. This Privacy Notice applies to all searches, products and service offerings.
If you are a resident of California, please see your states Privacy Notice for an overview of your California rights, including your right to withhold certain information.
What Personal Information We Collect and Why
Personal Information You Provide: includes name, address, telephone number, social media handle, email address, employer, job title.
Personal Information Collected In The Scope Of Marketing Activities: Your personal information may be collected when you enter this webpage.
Information Collected Automatically Through Computer Tracking: We also collect information about website visitors such as IP address, browser type, or operating system, areas of the website visited and the website from which a visitor came. We collect and analyze this information for the continued improvement of the Products, Websites, and our business. We routinely use this web log information to administer and improve our website. While some of this information may be traceable to an individual, we only seek to identify individuals (i) whom we believe are using our website for improper purposes, (ii) when necessary to assist them with their user experience, (iii) for marketing purposes, including third party marketing , (iv) or to otherwise use the information as described in this policy.
Your Use of Our Website Is Consent
By using our website, you hereby consent to our collection, use, management, retention, and disclosure of your information as described in this policy.
What are Cookies, Web Beacons, Pixel Tags and GIFs and how are they used?
A cookie is a small text file (which typically includes a piece of computer code) that is stored on your computer's hard drive. Cookies are sent by our website (or the website of a company we have a relationship with) to your computer, mobile phone or other device when you visit our website. When you visit a website, that website's computer asks your computer for permission to store this text file in a section of your hard drive that is specifically designated for cookies. Each website can send its own cookie to your browser if your browser's preferences allow it.
A Web beacon is a graphic image, such as a pixel tag or clear GIF, which is placed on a Web page or in an e-mail message to monitor user activity, such as whether the Web page or e-mail message is accessed or clicked. They are also used on many Web pages for alignment purposes.
We sometimes use Web beacons to provide an independent accounting of how many people visit our website or to gather statistics about browser usage on our website. Some of our Web pages and HTML-formatted e-mail newsletters use Web beacons in conjunction with cookies. It is difficult for you to limit the use of Web beacons because there is no easy way to distinguish their use from alignment and other purposes. Web beacons may also be loaded from a different Web server than the rest of the page.
Some of our e-mails may also contain pixels or code to gather information regarding e-mail behavior and for analytics. We may share this information with third parties
Types of Cookies
Some cookies are necessary to make a website usable by enabling basic functions like page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.
Cookies may either be persistent or session cookies. Persistent cookies are stored on your device to help remember information, settings, preferences, or sign-on credentials and have an expiration date issued by the webserver. Session cookies, also known as in-memory cookies, transient cookies, or non-persistent cookies, exist only in temporary memory while you are browsing the website and are typically deleted when you close your browser.
First and Third-Party Cookies
First Party Cookies
Cookies can be First Party Cookies or Third-Party cookies. The difference is which website sends the cookie to your device. First party cookies are sent by, or on behalf of, the company whose website you visit. Third party cookies are sent by any other company. D&B uses first and third-party cookies.
Dun & Bradstreet’s first party cookies collect data, such as the date, time, and areas of our website that are visited, as well as the website from which the visitor came. We may use IP addresses to derive certain other information concerning businesses visiting our websites, but we do not analyze this information in a way which would reveal the identity of the individual browsing our websites. When you select one of our products or services, register for a newsletter or e-mail alert, fill out an online form, or complete a survey, we may try to identify your browser and we may combine information from cookies, Web beacons, code and other information collected online with other data that we maintain about you. By improving the features, marketing, and content of our website and by making your online experience more convenient and meaningful, we can better serve our customers' needs.
Third Party Cookies
What are your choices regarding Cookies
Most Internet browsers allow users to decide whether to accept cookies. The Help function within your browser should tell you how to do this.