Knowledge, expertise and trust are important pillars of the SURVANT. We are committed to giving you clarity on how we handle your personal data. In this Privacy Statement we inform you about our approach to handling and processing of personal data.
1. Contact details
SURVANT is the controller and is located at Laan van Zuid Hoorn 15, 2289 DC in Rijswijk. You can contact us by at +31 (0) 88-838 13 81, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Who is this Privacy Statement applicable to?
This Privacy Statement applies to all persons whose personal data SURVANT processes, with the exception of persons working in the framework of the SURVANT. Personal data means any data that contains information about persons through which those persons are identifiable.
This Privacy Statement applies to:
◾clients of SURVANT,
◾potential clients with whom SURVANT has made or wants to make contact,
◾visitors to the website of SURVANT,
◾recipients of newsletters and commercial e-mails from SURVANT, and
◾any other person who contacts SURVANT or whose personal data is processed by SURVANT.
This Privacy Statement does not apply to employees, temporary workers, temporary workers, student trainees and applicants.
3. Which personal data do we process?
By processing personal data we mean: collecting, recording, organising, storing, updating, modifying, retrieving, consulting, using, providing by means of forwarding, distribution or any other form of posting, bringing together, linking together, and to protect, erase or destroy your personal data.
We process personal data that you have provided to us, personal data generated during your visit to our website and reading newsletters and personal data that we have derived from other sources, such as business social media platforms and business cards.
Personal information provided by you:
◾contact details and other personal data needed to handle your assignment by a consultant,
◾contact details and other personal data entered on contact forms or other web forms, and
◾contact information provided during introductory talks, events, seminars, etc., such as information on business cards.
Personal data obtained through or generated by our website, electronic newsletters, commercial e-mails or related technologies:
◾your surfing behavior on the website, such as data about the first visit, previous visit and current visit, the pages viewed and the way in which the website is navigated, and
◾whether you open a newsletter or commercial e-mail and on which parts you click.
Personal data obtained from other sources:
◾personal data available on public business social media platforms such as LinkedIn,
◾personal data obtained from the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce, and
◾personal data available on public business websites.
4. What do we use your personal data for?
Your contact data are kept in EU located relationship management system and may be used for the purpose of sending newsletters, updates, invitations to events and seminars and sending information you requested from us.
◾Improving our product and service information and carrying out targeted marketing campaigns.
Part of our service is to keep you informed with information that is relevant to you and your business. To make this possible, we combine and analyse the personal data available with us. On that basis we determine which information and channels are relevant and which moments are most suitable for providing information or establishing contact. In marketing campaigns we do not process special personal data nor confidential data. If we would like to create a personal, individual customer profile, we will ask for your prior permission. If you would like to withdraw this consent later, this is always possible.
We analyse the following data:
◾Interaction data: Obtain personal data and contact between SURVANT and you. For example about your use of our website or supported applications. This also applies to offline interactions, such as how often and when there is contact between SURVANT and you.
◾Behavioral data: Personal data that SURVANT processes about your behavior, such as your preferences, opinions, wishes and needs. We can derive this data from your surfing behavior on our website, reading our newsletters or by requesting information. But also through contact, incoming telephone calls and e-mail contact with our employees. Information obtained through tracking cookies, we collect and use only with your permission, which you can always withdraw. See our cookie statement
◾Performing and analysing research on client satisfaction.
◾Sometimes we ask clients to cooperate in a client satisfaction survey. This is done through an online questionnaire. Participation in this is voluntary. Prior to each client satisfaction survey you will receive further information about the working method and the way we deal with the information obtained.
◾Improving and securing our website http://www.survant-project.eu/
◾Creating user statistics. The user statistics of the website enable us to get a picture of the number of visitors, the duration of the visit, which parts of the website are being viewed and the click-behavior. It concerns generic reports, without information about individuals. We use the information obtained to improve the website.
◾Access control and company security.
◾If you visit our office, we will note your name on arrival. In addition, camera images can be made on the outside of the office, at the reception desk and at the entrance to the meeting rooms. We do this to know in case of emergencies who is in the building and to ensure that unauthorised people do not have access to the office. Camera images are in principle destroyed after 10 days.
5. Security level
We protect personal data through technical and administrative security measures to minimise the risk of loss, misuse, unauthorised access, disclosure and modification. You can think of security software such as a virus scanner and firewalls, a secure internet connection, encryption of data and physical and administrative access controls to data and servers.
6. Storage of personal data
We do not store your personal data for longer than is strictly necessary for the execution of the purposes. If legal regulations apply to the storage, the personal data will not be kept longer than prescribed by law.
7. Legal basis of the processing
We process personal data on the basis of one of the following legal grounds:
◾on the basis of an agreement or in the run up to the conclusion of an agreement,
◾in connection with a legitimate interest.
A controller may only process personal data if this can be based on one of the limitative enumerated legal grounds in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The legal bases on which SURVANT relies are:
◾Permission: If we have requested your permission to process your personal data and you have given this permission, then you also have the right to withdraw this consent.
◾Agreement or in the run up to the conclusion of an agreement: If you give us an assignment to provide innovation or financing consultancy services, we process personal data if and insofar as this is necessary for the execution of the assignment.
◾Legal obligation: We only provide personal data to supervisors of investigative authorities if this is legally required. We will take measures in such cases that are reasonably necessary to ensure that your personal data is protected as well as possible.
◾Justified interest: We may also process personal data if we have a legitimate interest and do not therefore disproportionately infringe your privacy. For example, we use your contact information to invite you for seminars and events.
We may use service providers (processors) for the processing of your personal data that only process personal data in our order. We conclude a processor agreement with these processors that meets the requirements set by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
For example, we work with service providers that offer SaaS solutions (software as a service) or provide hosting services. Furthermore, there are ICT service providers who offer us support in keeping our systems safe and stable. We also use third-party services for sending newsletters and commercial e-mails. These are examples of parties that can be designated as processors as referred to in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
9. Share personal data with third parties
Sometimes it is necessary to share your personal data with third parties. Which – depending on the circumstances of the case – are necessary in the handling of your file. We also share a basic set of contact details with our subsidiaries within Europe with the aim of generating consultancy opportunities. There are also legal obligations that lead to personal data being passed on to third parties.
◾In certain cases, personal data will be provided to third parties in the following cases:
◾When processing a file, it may be necessary to share your personal data with third parties. For example in probing or asking for funding to a government, or the conclusion of an agreement with further parties.
◾If a court decision obliges us to provide personal data to third parties, we will have to comply with this.
◾Your personal data will not be shared with third parties for commercial purposes. There is one exception to this. Sometimes we organise a joint activity with another organization, such as an event or seminar. In that case, only the necessary contact details are exchanged.
◾Personal data can also be provided to third parties, in the event of a reorganisation or merger of our company or the sale of (a part of) our company.
We never sell your personal data to third parties and do not make automated decisions that could have significant consequences for you.
10. Transfer outside the (European Economic Area) EEA
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), personal data may only be passed on to parties outside the EEA if an appropriate level is guaranteed for the protection of the personal data or if a specific deviation applies.
We may pass on personal data to a party outside the EEA if this is necessary for the execution of the contract for the provision of innovation or financing consultancy services.
11. If you have questions about your personal data
Every person can exercise certain rights with respect to his or her personal data on the basis of the law. This gives you the right to inspect, rectify and delete personal data. You can also object to the use of your data or request that this use be restricted. In certain cases you can even request your data and take it to another party. For all these questions contact us on +31 (0) 88-838 13 81 or by email via email@example.com.
If you have complaints about how we handle your personal data, you can contact us by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +31 (0) 88-838 13 81. We are happy to help you find a solution within a period of four weeks after receiving your request. If that does not work, you can always contact Data Protection Authority.
Developments are fast and as a result, there may also be some changes in the personal data we request from you and the way in which we use your personal data. Regulations can also change. In that case, we will adjust this Privacy Statement. We therefore invite you to regularly check the Privacy Statement so that you are kept informed. In the event of major changes, we will also make you aware of this via our website.