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    Security and Data Privacy

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    Ex Libris Security

    Ex Libris is committed to providing its customers with a highly secure and reliable environment for its hosting and cloud-based applications. It has therefore developed a multi-tiered security model that covers all aspects of hosting and cloud-based Ex Libris systems. The security model and controls are based on international protocols and standards and industry best practices, such as ISO/IEC 27001, the standard for information security management systems (ISMS), and ISO/IEC 27701:2019, the requirements and guidance for establishing, maintaining, and continually improving a Privacy information management system.

    To learn more about our security policy and the additional processes and policies related to it, visit our Trust Center

    Ex Libris Privacy Policy

    The Ex Libris Privacy policy governs how we use personal information that we receive and store about individuals, such as visitors to the Ex Libris website, library staff, students, patrons, and other library users (referred to individually as a "User" and collectively as "Users"). We have implemented this privacy policy because User privacy is important to us. We are committed to respecting the Users' privacy and we recognize the need for appropriate protection and management of any personal information that we receive and store.

    To learn more, see privacy policy and Trust Center.

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    Data Privacy FAQs

    • Q: Does Primo store sensitive personal information for analytics?
      A: All analytics data is anonymized, no user indication data is kept, and all IPs are scrubbed from the last two sections of the IP address. Server log files are only used for operational purposes and are retained for up to 10 weeks.
       
    • Q: Must patrons sign in to use Primo?
      A: Primo can be used anonymously without logging in but some functionality is limited to authenticated institutional users only and will require login via the institutionally defined authentication (such as LDAP, SAML etc).
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