Here you can read about when we register the personal data you provide, why we need to collect them and how we look after them.
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and is a set of new rules aimed at strengthening and harmonizing data protection for you in the EU. The rules apply address how companies, organizations and public institutions in the EU should handle personal information and therefore, affect, among other things, the persons in your company that we have information about as a result of the customer relationship. In addition, the regulation sets out requirements for disclosure of the possibility of revoking consent.
Personal data is any kind of information that can identify you as a person. When using our website, we collect and process the information you provide us when you e.g. sign up for our newsletter, participate in surveys or download materials.
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As part of our activities, we collect information from you, for example, when you sign up for events on our site, subscribe to our newsletter, answer a survey or when you are in contact with us - for example, either as a person associated with one of our customers or as jobseeker. In this regard, we collect and process the following types of information:
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTING PERSONAL DATA ?
We collect and process personal information to identify you as a user/customer and to register our customers’ payments as well as to provide the services you have requested, to send newsletters an/or to register you for an event.
The way we use your information depends on which collaboration or relationship we have, and we divide it into the following categories. However, there may be overlaps:
FOR HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
We only keep your information as long as there is a purpose. Therefore, we always keep your information as long as we are providing a financial service or product to you. Once your business relationship with us has ended, we will keep your information for a further 5 years to comply with our obligations under
applicable law (Danish Bookkeeping Act).
All registered parties will, once a year, confirm that we may continue to use the information we have stored.
Jobseekers’ information is stored for a maximum of 6 months, after which all information is deleted.
WHO HAS ACCESS TO YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION?
We do not sell, exchange or otherwise transfer personally identifiable information to third parties. However, we use a number of trusted third parties to store and process data. They act as data servers and only handle data on our behalf and may not use the data for their own purposes.
These third parties help us run our website, run our business or service you. Such trusted parties may have access to personally identifiable information and are contractually bound to keep your information confidential.
We share personal information with the following third parties: E-conomic, MailChimp and Base (CRM system), but only for storage and data management, such as billing and mailing. All third parties comply with all requirements of GDPR and a data agreement is also established.
In addition to storage as described above, we do not use any collaborators or third parties to whom we pass personal data. However, we may release your information when we believe that such disclosure is necessary to comply with the law, protect our or others' rights, property or security.
Non-personally identifiable visitor information may, however, be given to other parties for marketing, advertising or other uses.
HOW DO YOU REMOVE OR CORRECT THE PERSONAL DATA
Invokers A/S is responsible for data collection and is responsible for collecting and managing data. You are at any time entitled to:
We will inform you that you can revoke your consent at any time, for example by clicking the unsubscribe link in our e-mail or by contacting us at:
You can read more about your rights in the Data Inspectorate's Guide on the Registrar's Rights, which you will find at www.datatilsynet.dk
Complaint to the Danish Data Inspectorate:
You have the opportunity to complain about our processing of your personal data to the Danish Data Inspectorate (Datatilsynet). You will find the Data Inspectorate's contact information on their website: www.datatilsynet.dk