Terms of Use

We provide access to this web site in accordance with these terms and conditions. Use of this web site means you agree to them. If you do not agree, do not use the site.

Copyright and Intellectual Property Rights

Unless otherwise stated, ICTIS owns the copyright and intellectual property rights in all of the information presented on this web site. Use of this material without our express written consent is not permitted. Unauthorised access to any part of this site and associated files will be regarded as criminal activity and will be reported to the appropriate authorities.


We do not provide any guarantee or warranty as to the accuracy of any information presented on this web site. To the best of our knowledge, it was correct at the time of writing. We are not responsible for any of the information on any web site that we link to, or links to us. We shall not be held liable for any errors in or omissions from the information presented within this web site or any damages resulting directly or indirectly from the use thereof. No reliance should be made solely on the information presented herein.


We use cookies to monitor your loggedin status. No personal information other than that requested in the contact us facility is collected whilst using this site. We will not pass your email address on to any third party. As you will see from our "Logged in" page, we identify the IP addresses of our visitors for mutual protection. We also reserve the right to restrict access based on IP addresses.

Contacting Us

The "contact us" email facility provided in this web site is for the use of existing clients and those interested in becoming clients. It is not for the use of other companies to sell their goods and services to us. Such use is expressly forbidden. Companies wishing to make representation for their goods and services should make initial contact by telephone. If you use the contact us facility in this way you agree to a charge of £10,000 (GPB) to be made against your company for breach of this condition. Companies based in countries other than the UK will be invoiced in sterling and shall convert the fee to their own currency in order to complete the payment in full.


Last updated 1 July 2014