European Union Privacy Policy

European Union (EU) Privacy Policy

At Wired2Perform®, LLC ("the Company"), the privacy and security of our clients' personal information are very important to us. While providing clients with all the benefits of our online assessments and education services, we strive to protect all of our clients’ financial and personal information. Our commitment to security and privacy is backed by data encryption, login and password authentication, and network integrity technologies.

Our Philosophy

As a client of the Company, you can rest assured that we are taking safeguards to protect and preserve your personal information in confidence. The Company adheres to the requirements of the EU Privacy clauses for personal data transfer processors c2010-593, Article 26(2) of Directive 95/46/EC (the “Article”).

The Company will only collect, use, disclose or store personal information in accordance with the Article and this Privacy Policy.

Definition of Personal Information

Personal information means any information or an opinion about you that identifies you, or from which your identity can reasonably be determined, whether the information is true or not, and whether the information is recorded in a material form or not.

Sensitive personal information includes information revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade-union membership, and the processing of data concerning health or sex life.

As a general rule, we do not collect sensitive personal information.

However, if we do collect sensitive personal information, we may only collect it with your consent and if the information is reasonably necessary for our functions or activities or as otherwise permitted by law.

Our Internal Use of Personal Information

The Company collects information during the assessment process. The mandatory personally identifiable information includes first name, surname, phone numbers, postal address, and email address. The Company will only use your personal information internally to process, respond to your requests, and to communicate with you. Confidentiality agreements bind employees and contractors of the Company, and any misuse of client information will be grounds for disciplinary action up to and including termination. Furthermore, client information is made available to employees only on a need-to-know basis. We do not sell your personal information to third-party organizations.

Information Collected During W2P Process Completion

The W2P Services and Platform are intended to help individuals and organizations better understand an individual's behaviors and apply their skills. We collect responses to various questions and tools to better understand what motivations drive your decisions in areas of your day to day life. Upon the completion of any W2P process, we will store your responses as well as your contact information in our database for the purposes of identifying these records as yours. In addition, we may also collect demographic information such as language and country of residence to customize the W2P Services or experience for you. All connections to are encrypted through 256-bit encryption.

Use of Information Collected During DNA Discovery Process Completion

We gather your responses and translate them into key behavioral insights. The key behavioral insights we produce vary by application. Typically, the key behavioral insights are produced to allow a business the ability to customize the experience for you and cater a service delivery to your needs.

Profile Sharing and Privacy Settings

Upon completing the W2P Process, you will have the option to share your resulting insights, data, results, and profile (collectively, “User Data” or “Profile”) with friends, family, and other members of the W2P community. This will allow you the choice of easily sending your User Data or Profile to others so that you can improve your interactions with those around you. Wired2Perform® may provide its customers access to view your User Profile / Data only with your permission. In this process, W2P does not provide access to your personal contact information, just the results of your participation in the W2P Process.

Our Representatives

The Company and its authorized representatives will only use the information for facilitating the W2P Process. Any representative will receive only the minimum amount of information necessary for this purpose and will be contractually obligated to preserve that information in confidence. Further, these representatives will be contractually prohibited from using any information supplied to them for any other purpose.

Third-party Disclosure of Personal Information

The Company will not disclose any personal information about you to third parties without your consent or unless compelled to do so by law.

Record Retention

The Company will maintain your personal information and assessment data for validation and research purposes. Where your personal assessment data is used for these purposes, it will be not identifiable to you, i.e., your name will be "blinded," and the data aggregated and assessed with all other user data.

Storage and Security of Information

The Company uses a variety of physical and electronic security measures, including restricting physical access to our offices, firewalls, and secure databases with the aim of keeping personal information secure from misuse, loss, or unauthorized use or disclosure.

We will take reasonable steps to:

  • protect your personal information from interference, misuse, loss, unauthorized access, modification, or disclosure; and
  • destroy or permanently de-identify your personal information when it is no longer required; and
  • keep your personal information up to date, accurate, complete, and relevant.

Cookie Policy

To enable the Company to develop personalized service offerings online, the Company uses "cookies" to maintain continuity within a client's Online Service session. Only temporary cookies that last for a single session are used. Both the client's browser and the Company's servers delete the session-specific cookies when the client logs out. The Company does not use cookies to collect or store personal information and does not share cookies generated by the Company with other parties.

Website Links

The Company’s website may provide links to other sites. This Privacy Policy does not apply to these linked sites. The Company recommends that you read the posted privacy statement if any, whenever interacting with such other websites.

Access and Correction

The W2P System provides online access to your personal details such as name and email address, which you may access and update. Additionally, you may request access to or seek correction of other information we hold about you unless an exception applies. In some circumstances, we may deny your request for specific information. However, if we do this, we will provide you with written reasons as to why we have refused to provide the information requested.

Our Company personnel will investigate any access or correction requests and respond to you as soon as reasonably practicable and in the manner requested by you.

Use of a Pseudonym

If you wish to do so, we may deal with you anonymously or with a pseudonym unless it is not practicable for us to deal with you on that basis.

Complaints or Further Information

We recognize the responsibility of protecting the privacy of your personal information. If you have any questions or comments about our administration of your personal information, please contact the Company at the contact details below, or you can go to the European Commission Justice website:

You may also use these contact details to communicate any concerns or complaints that you have regarding compliance with our Privacy Policy.

Under the Data Protection Directive, every EU country must provide one or more data protection supervisory authorities to ensure that data protection law is correctly applied. Complaints regarding breaches of data protection law should be addressed to the relevant national supervisory authority. The Commission has no competence to monitor compliance of data controllers or to impose penalties.

The supervisory authority must investigate complaints and may temporarily ban data processing, which is the subject of a complaint. If the supervisory authority finds that data protection law has been violated, it can order the data erased or destroyed and/or ban further processing.

Your complaint to the supervisory authority should preferably be put in writing. In some EU countries, the supervisory authority provides standard forms for complaints, or complaints can be sent by email.

Decisions by the supervisory authorities which give rise to complaints may be appealed against through the courts.

For more information, please consult your national supervisory authority:

Responsibility and Review

The Company is responsible for compliance with this Policy and for ensuring that it is brought to the attention of existing and new employees or contractors of the Company. This policy will be reviewed periodically and updated where required.

Our Contact Details

If you have any questions or comments concerning this Policy or our handling of your personal information, you may contact the Company at:



Changes to the Policy

The Company may amend this policy from time to time. Changes will be posted on our website at and will be effective immediately upon publication.