Copyright & Citation Inquiries for reflare.com

Reflare Ltd. (“Reflare”) is an IT security training and technology company that develops proprietary and innovative solutions to reduce the risks facing systems and networks all over the world. Reflare Materials (as defined below) made available through our subscriptions, products, services, public websites, or other publications and distributions are proprietary to Reflare and subject to copyright and other intellectual property protections, regardless of where and how they are referenced. This policy describes permissible use of Reflare Materials, when Reflare consent is required, and the process for requesting such consent.

 

This policy applies to any entity or individual that gets access to Reflare Materials. This policy also applies to any third-party that writes about and/or promotes Reflare Materials, including alliance partners and distributors.

Reflare reserves the right to change this policy at any time, without notice. This policy is for general information purposes only, and Reflare reserves the right to deny any and all uses of any of its Materials at its sole discretion

 

General Requirements

 

Reflare "Materials" include any and all documents, information, virtual learning content, research, training manuals, templates, technical reports, report formats, research data, product and assessment content (including survey or test content and scoring protocols), websites, and/or any other materials developed, owned, and/or provided by Reflare, a Reflare distributor or its affiliates.

 

 

Rules Governing Use

 

 

Permission must be requested to use or reproduce our logo, trademarks, or service marks except as presented in the original Materials without alteration for use within a client company.

 

Copyright and Citation Requirements

 

 

So long as you are consistent with the above detail, you may apply your own citation styles. For example, Chicago style citation recommends italicizing the titles of studies and names of blogs while enclosing in quotation marks the titles of blog posts, web pages, and videos.

 

Request for Permission

 

 

All requests for ad-related permissions must include detail about the placement of the advertisement.