Glasgow Caledonian University (“GCU”) offers free of charge cyber security advisory services to members of the public (the “Cyber Security Clinic”). The purpose of the Cyber Security Clinic is to provide general guidance to anyone who attends the Cyber Security Clinic (“Users”), whether in person or online.
GCU has used reasonable endeavours to ensure that information provided by the CyberSecurity Clinic is accurate. However, the information provided is intended as general guidance only and acting upon that information is entirely at the User’s own risk. The CyberSecurity Clinic is not an authorised service or repair centre for any IT brand or manufacturer. Users are responsible for ensuring that any devices, systems, hardware, software, or equipment are used in accordance with the manufacturer’s current guidelines and the information provided by the Cyber Security Clinic is not intended to take precedence over those guidelines.
GCU does not give any representation or warranty, expressed or implied, as to the suitability of the information to be provided by the Cyber Security Clinic or its fitness for any particular purpose. GCU is in no event responsible and cannot be held liable for any damage or lossincurred as a result of the use or non-use of the information provided by the Cyber Security Clinic.
Nothing in this Notice limits GCU’s liability in relation to death or personal injury caused by negligence; fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; and any other liability which cannot be limited by law.
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS NOTICE BEFORE ATTENDING THE CYBER SECURITY CLINIC. IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THE TERMS OF THIS NOTICE, YOU CANNOT ATTEND THE CYBER SECURITY CLINIC.