IIA Registration Terms and Conditions and Events Code of Conduct


In order to create a confidential exchange of information, it is the obligation of all participants in IIA’s Analytics Symposium to respect the confidentiality of fellow participants. The quality of discussions and the value we derive from these discussions depends upon our honoring both the letter and spirit of this agreement. As participants, we agree to adhere to the following conditions:

I, as an IIA research participant, will not:

Disclose or share contact information of our fellow participants gathered during the project without permission

Disclose the details of any of the proceedings or discussions beyond the IIA analytics community without permission

Disclose any proprietary or confidential information that we receive during the meeting that could:

Cause harm to a fellow participant or a participant’s organization, or

Embarrass a fellow participant or the organization of the participant who made the disclosure

Although this statement is not legally binding, we agree to adhere to these standards as participating members of IIA’s research community and guests of IIA’s Analytics Symposium.


I agree to grant to International Institute For Analytics (IIA) and its authorized representatives permission to record on photography film and/or video, pictures of my participation. I further agree that any or all of the material photographed may be used, in any form, as part of any future publications, brochure, or other printed materials used to promote IIA, and further that such use shall be without payment of fees, royalties, special credit or other compensation.



IIA respects your privacy. We want to make use of the personal identifying information that you provide to us for purposes of serving you better. Personal identifying information is information that enables us to identify you, such as your e-mail address, name, title and physical address. IIA uses your personal identifying information to personalize your experience on the IIA website and to selectively send you communications that may be of interest to you, whether electronically or otherwise.

IIA’s policy regarding use of your personal identifying information, supplied to us or collected via our online website or other means, covers these areas:


This Privacy Statement is made available to you in order to make you aware of how IIA collects and uses personal identifying information.

IIA may collect the following information from you: domain name, name, information regarding what pages are accessed, information volunteered by you, such as survey information, E-mail address, or site registrations, and your preferred means of communication.

IIA does not make personal identifying information available to third parties for any purpose not approved by you. IIA may use such information to contact you for IIA’s marketing purposes.


IIA gives its registered users the choice to opt out of having any personal identifying information provided in the registration process used for any purpose unrelated to the purpose for which such information was provided.

Additionally, when you sign up for an e-mail list on the IIA website, you will be given instructions at that time on how to remove yourself from that list.

Access to certain of IIA’s resources requires a login and password or other forms of user authentication. The use of those resources, and the information or programs downloadable from those resources, may be governed by a written agreement between your employer and IIA. Any of the personal identifying information collected during your use of the resources may be retained by IIA to verify compliance with the agreement, to log software licenses granted, to track data or software downloaded from those pages, or to track usage of other applications available on IIA’s resources.


IIA is committed to taking reasonable steps to protect your personal identifying information from compromise or misuse.


The accuracy of your personal identifying information is important to IIA. We are working on ways to make it practical for you to review and correct the information that IIA maintains about you.


A cookie is a small data file containing certain user information that websites save to your hard drive when you visit that site in order to track the pages of the website that you visit. The only personal information a cookie can contain is information you supply yourself. A cookie can’t read data off your hard drive or read cookie files created by other websites. Some parts of IIA’s resources may use cookies to track user traffic patterns. We do this in order to determine the usefulness of the information that we provide to our users and to see how effective our navigational structure is in helping users reach that information. IIA does not correlate this information with data about individual users, nor does it share this information or sell it to any third party.

If you prefer not to receive cookies on our website, you can set your browser to warn you before accepting cookies and refuse the cookie when your browser alerts you to its presence. You can also refuse all cookies by turning them off in your browser. You do not need to have cookies turned on to use any area of IIA’s website.


Questions regarding the content, meaning, enforcement, compliance or concerns regarding this Privacy Statement should be directed to IIA’s Privacy Advocate via e-mail at members@iianalytics.com.