CSCP Credential Holder and Candidate Data
NSCP data is used for NSCP-to-member communications. NSCP may occasionally publish and disseminate a confidential list of credential holders and/or candidates (provided for informational purposes to facilitate networking) that contains, among other items, member phone numbers. NSCP members have the option to ask that this information not be disclosed; in this instance, the phone number field in the report will display "Private." This list is not supplied for commercial purposes, nor is membership data sold or released by NSCP or its members to third parties. The list will not include fax numbers or e-mail addresses.
In some instances, NSCP may provide a party with another's address information to facilitate CSCP to CSCP contact. NSCP will ask the member's permission to disclose this information beforehand. NSCP does not sell member data. NSCP does not disseminate data for the purpose of commercial solicitation, nor does NSCP disclose data to non-members or to regulators, except to confirm the status of a CSCP.
You can access NSCP's websites and browse without disclosing your personal data. No ad server company or third party will collect or be provided with information such as your domain name, your IP address or click-stream information when you view our site. NSCP does not log IP addresses of individual users for data harvesting.
E-mail addresses disclosed to NSCP are used for NSCP-to-CSCP communications. In some instances, NSCP may provide a member with another member's e-mail address to facilitate contact. NSCP will ask the CSCP's permission to disclose this information beforehand. NSCP does not disseminate data for the purpose of commercial solicitation, nor does NSCP disclose data to non-members or to regulators. When NSCP sends out mass e-mailings, it hides the addresses by using the BCC field so that e-mail addresses are not made available to other recipients.
Credit Card Transactions
We currently use the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to safeguard your information during an online transaction. SSL codes the information transferred between you and the server, rendering it unreadable to anyone trying to intercept the information.
NSCP supports the use of public key encryption via PGP. You may initiate secure communications with NSCP via the use of PGP by asking to have NSCP's public key sent to you. Please check your firm's policy on encrypted e-mail before pursuing this course of action! Your firm may not permit the use of encrypted e-mail.
Use of the CSCP Credential
Candidates who have fulfilled the program requirements must declare so by submitting the CSCP Credential Application and their resume to NSCP for review and approval. Candidates are responsible for verifying their submission criteria for the CSCP credential before applying.
Candidates who have successfully completed the CSCP program will be sent official notification. This notification serves as authorization for use of the CSCP designation after the candidates’ name.