For us at Synkzone the security of your data is our highest priority. We care about personal integrity and actively work in a structured way to process personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We do this so that when you visit our website you will feel comfortable with how your data is processed by us at Synkzone.
In this integrity policy we explain and make it clear how we as a personal data controller process your personal information when you visit and use our website. By visiting and using this website you agree to your personal data being processed in accordance with this integrity policy.
If you have any views on how we process your personal data you are free to contact the Swedish Authority for Privacy protection (IMY).
What is considered personal data?
Personal data is information that, directly or indirectly, can be linked to you as a living individual. This relates to one or more pieces of information that, paired with other personal data, can be used to identify you as a private individual.
What personal data do we collect?
When you contact us by filling out a form on our website we collect your personal data. This data is stored and processed in the third party tool Upsales, which is integrated into our website. This personal data is processed on the legal basis of consent, contract and legitimate interest.
Because we care about personal integrity you are free to reject the use of certain types of cookies. This is done in your browser settings. If you choose to disable certain cookies it may impact your user experience on the website and the services offered on it. If you accept all cookies you agree to us storing cookies on your device in order to improve your user experience.
Why do we process personal data?
We process personal data on the website in order to meet our obligations to you as a visitor to the website. In addition to that it may also be used to improve our communication with you by providing you with relevant information concerning marketing and our services. This processing is based on the contract or customer relationship that is formed when you, for example, choose to contact us via forms on our website. We use this information to respond to your questions or requests in the best way possible.
When we receive e-mail from you the personal data connected to it is processed on the legal basis of legitimate interest, consent and contract. We do not process any sensitive personal data in the form of e-mail, this is instead removed in accordance with our data erasure policy.
This processing is based on the legal basis of consent and legitimate interest. When you provide us personal data in the course of signing up to one of our events it is processed with the aim of recording that you have signed up, and of contacting you before and after the event. This data may also be used for marketing purposes. When you take part in one of our events we may take pictures and capture film. This material can be used on the web or in other commercial material.
You can at any time request that we delete your personal data by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How long do we store your personal data?
The personal data we collect concerning you is only processed as long as it is relevant to the purpose with which it was collected. When you sign up for one of our events we will store this information for 24 months. Personal data collected when you e-mail us is stored only as long as the purpose of processing it remains relevant. We work actively to process any personal data collected in accordance with our personal data policy and our data erasure policy.
How do we protect your personal data?
We take personal integrity very serious and that is why we keep your personal data protected at all times. We are conscientious when dealing with personal data, no matter whether it relates to our customers, employees, suppliers or working partners.
The personal data collected is processed in accordance with legal requirements and is protected, using appropriate technical and organizational safeguards, in order to mitigate and minimize risks involved in handling personal data. These risks may be in the form unauthorized access to, or the divulging of, changing, abusing or destruction of said data.
How this integrity policy is applied is documented in an IT Security Policy, and knowledge of these procedures is limited to a small number of people given special access. These personal data are processed in a legal, correct and open way. Should an incident relating to personal data occur, there are routines in place to deal with it. We consistently evaluate our personal data protection procedures in order to make sure that we meet current legal requirements, and implement changes should the need arise. We also keep specific records of what personal data we process.
When we collect and process your personal data you have the right to:
- Request a record of what personal data we process, and how we process it.
- Request that any incorrect information is rectified.
- Request that we delete your personal data. This, however, can only be done providing we do not have the legal right to keep this data
- Request that the processing of your data is limited under certain circumstances, for example while the correctness or validity of the data is investigated.
- When it is applicable, exercise your rights concerning data portability as stipulated in the data protection regulation.
If you wish to request a list of what, if any, personal data relating to you we store, you can do so free of cost once a year by contacting us at email@example.com
Changes to the Integrity Policy
We reserve the right to change and update this policy at any time and we encourage you to regularly visit our website to find the latest version
Last updated: 2023-01-18
If you wish to contact us regarding how we process personal data you are welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.