Privacy Policy

Your privacy on iiat.org

IIAT fully respects the privacy of its members and other visitors to iiat.org. To protect your online privacy, IIAT has implemented the following policy. 
  • What Information Does IIAT Collect?

  • Data Collected in General

  • From IIAT Members, Conference Registrants, and Other Customers

  • How Does IIAT Use Data Collected?

  • How Does IIAT Use Cookies?

  • What Privacy Issues Arise With Links To Other Sites?

  • What Means Of Redress Are Available?

Membership Data Privacy Policy

IIAT also gathers information through our relationship with you. Protecting the privacy of your information is a high priority for us. “Non-Public Information” is information received by IIAT and our subsidiaries that identifies you, your business and your individual clients. To protect your information, IIAT has enhanced our privacy policy as outlined below.

As a current member/customer of the Independent Insurance Agents of Texas and Subsidiaries (collectively, “Association”), we would like to take this opportunity both to thank you for your membership/business and to share with you the importance our Association places on protecting the privacy of non-public information we gather from you about you, your business and your individual clients, in accordance with applicable state and federal laws. 

The following is the Association’s privacy policy regarding the Non-public information we collect from you through our business relationship with you. Contained in this privacy notice you will find:

  1. An explanation of the types of individual information the Association collects from our members/customers in the ordinary course of business, and the means used to collect such information;
  2. An explanation of how the Association uses and shares the information collected from our members/customers, and
  3. An explanation of how the Association protects individual information received through members/customers.
  • Information We Collect and the Means Used to Collect It

  • How We Use and Share Non-Public Information

  • Our Practices Regarding Information Confidentiality and Security