EUROTRUST DATA PROTECTION POLICY
Any queries about EUROTRUST’s data protection policy may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Which data does EUROTRUST collect?
In the context of EUROTRUST's activity, EUROTRUST may collect any information disclosed by their clients further to their previous consent.
EUROTRUST also collects information about its employees and staff, such as: profile picture, full name, title, phone number, email address.
This information may qualify as personal data under the applicable legislation (including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) n° 2016/679).
Use of personal data
Purposes of the processing and legal bases for processing
EUROTRUST processes the above-mentioned information exclusively for the following purposes:
- The rendering of the services requested by its clients
- The listing of EUROTRUST's employees and staff on this website
Where possible EUROTRUST requests your consent for the processing of your personal data. EUROTRUST will also ask for your specific consent when it processes sensitive data.
Recipients of personal data
EUROTRUST may share your personal data with EUROTRUST's employees and staff.
EUROTRUST may share your data with processors and EUROTRUST partners, such as GGI Geneva Group International AG, XLNC AG, REVIZUG AG and TROBAG AG. EUROTRUST will only transfer your data in the pursuit of the purpose of the rendering of the services requested by its clients.
Retention of your personal data
EUROTRUST will process your personal data as long as your data are useful for the listed purposes. In principle, it will store and use your data as long as you remain a client of EUROTRUST.
Your rights as data subjects
In addition to the information contained in this data protection policy, you have the right to access the personal data which EUROTRUST processes regarding you. Should the personal data that EUROTRUST has regarding you be incorrect or incomplete, you are entitled to have the data rectified.
You have the right to request from EUROTRUST the erasure of your personal data, when they are no longer necessary for the listed purposes, when you withdraw your consent or when you object to the processing (if EUROTRUST or third parties have no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing), when EUROTRUST has unlawfully processed the personal data or when EUROTRUST is subject to a legal obligation to erase the data. EUROTRUST will honour your request, unless it is subject to a legal obligation requiring it to process your personal data, the processing is done for reasons of public interest (public health), for archiving or statistical purposes and for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
You are entitled to request the restriction of processing (temporarily) if the accuracy of the personal data is contested, the processing is unlawful and you prefer the restriction of the processing to the erasure of your data, if EUROTRUST no longer needs your data except for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims or while it is being verified whether your legitimate interests override EUROTRUST’s.
You have the right to object to the processing, when the processing is based on EUROTRUST’s or third party’s legitimate interests, on the basis of your particular situation. You also have the right to object when your data are processed for direct marketing purposes by clicking the “unsubscribe” link in the newsletters that you receive.
You are entitled to receive the data concerning you in a structured, machine-readable format that is commonly used and you have the right to have the data transmitted to a controller of your choice (data portability).
You can exercise these rights by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
Should you have a complaint concerning the processing of your personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent national supervisory authority.
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Below you will find specifically the list of cookies used on the website:
CMS (WordPress) & Session (Necessary): Cookies generated by this CMS serve exclusively to the management and maintenance of the same. The cookies in question are generated to ensure good user's browsing session, or to manage the system log of the site, in order to prevent web attacks and provide greater security to the user. It is understood that the above cookie will be deleted when the user leaves the site, and then no data is maintained within the site.
Google Analytics: Cookies related to the analysis and monitoring of the software in question anonymously collect some data about the use of the site as page views, time spent on site etc. Also in this case no sensitive data that can connect the user to the navigation is stored, in this way respecting the privacy of the public web.
Locking or deleting Cookies
Users can set the computer's browser so that it accepts / rejects all cookies or to display a warning whenever a cookie is offered, in order to assess whether or not to accept.
The user is allowed, however, to change the default configuration ( default ) and disable cookies ( i.e. block a final ) by setting the security level higher. You can find information about how to manage cookies in your browser to the following addresses: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox , Apple Safari and Microsoft Windows Explorer.
If you disable the cookies that we use, this could affect navigation on our site, or prevent you from visiting certain sections or to use certain services offered by the site.
Security of information
EUROTRUST has implemented accepted standards of technical measures and security policies that are aimed at protecting the personal data it has under its control from:
- unauthorised access
- improper use or disclosure
- unauthorised modification
- unlawful destruction or accidental loss
All EUROTRUST personnel are required to keep personal information confidential and only authorised persons have access to such information. Please note that the Website contains links to other sites (including sites maintained by Partners) which are not governed by this privacy statement.
You have several choices regarding your use of the Website. In general, you are not required to submit any personal information when you visit our websites, but EUROTRUST may require you to provide certain personal information in order for you to receive additional information about our services. If you opt-in for particular services or communications, such as an e-newsletter, you will be able to unsubscribe at any time by following the instructions included in each communication or on the website.
Additional general conditions governing the Privacy Statement
The rejection of any liability and/or responsibility regarding the Website and its content and other terms and/or conditions contained in this Privacy Statement are also applicable to all companies associated or affiliated with EUROTRUST.
EUROTRUST reserves the right to change all and/or any of the regulations mentioned above at any time without any prior announcement. Unless explicitly indicated otherwise, the new regulations shall immediately apply to all information, indications etc. featured on the EUROTRUST Website. By continuing to use the EUROTRUST Website, you accept all changes of such regulations.
The invalidity or unenforceability in any jurisdiction of any of these terms shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other of these terms. If any term is held to be invalid or unenforceable it shall be deemed to be amended to the minimum extent required to render such term valid or enforceable, such amendment to be determined by EUROTRUST.
The Privacy Statement indicated above shall be governed by and are construed in accordance with Swiss substantive laws (excluding the rules of the conflict of laws) and the courts of Zurich, Switzerland shall have exclusive jurisdiction in any possible dispute.