Note that this page is a supplement to the Cisco Privacy Statement available at http://www.cisco.com/web/siteassets/legal/privacy_full.html. In order to understand the data collection and use practices relevant for a particular product or solution, you should read both the Cisco Privacy Statement and any applicable supplement or service description.
The following describes our data collection and use practices with respect to the Cisco Integrated Security Appliance ("ISA").
Collection and Use of Information
Telemetry. The ISA Security Services ("Security Services" or "SS") collect certain network, email, and web threat data, such as information on spam, phishing or malware that threatens your network, devices or applications ("Telemetry"). Telemetry may include limited personally identifiable information associated with email and web threat data. We use Telemetry to improve the security of ISA and other Cisco security products and services and your user experience, and to reduce the risk of network, email, and web threats.
Enabling and Disabling Telemetry. You may enable or disable SS on the Security Services Dashboard page, by checking or unchecking the box in the Enable column. All Security Services are disabled by default, except for Network Reputation, which is enabled by default. If you consent to Cisco's collection and use of Telemetry by enabling SS, you may later withdraw your consent to further collection of Telemetry by disabling SS. Configuration and installation instructions for SS are available in your ISA Administration Guide and in the ISA user interface.
If enabled, Telemetry is obtained in the following ways:
Sharing Your Information
We may share aggregated and anonymous Telemetry information with service providers, contractors or other third parties to improve the security of ISA and other Cisco security products and services and your user experience, and to reduce the risk of network, email, and web threats. Any shared information will be consistent with Cisco's overall Privacy Statement and will not identify you personally in any way.
We may add to or upgrade ISA to provide you with new features on an ongoing basis. We may update this Supplement from time to time to reflect any changes in our collection or use of information from these new features.
End User and Supplemental End User License Agreements
Your use of ISA is subject to the Cisco End User License Agreement and the Integrated Security Appliance Supplemental End User License Agreement available at: