Who is the controller of your personal data?
The controller of your personal data is Piotr Siemieniak UP Secure with registered office in 80-395 Gdańsk, ul. Olsztyńska 3A/31 with EU taxpayer identification number (VAT ID / NIP) PL-582-159-65-68.
What is the legal basis and purpose of the processing?
Your personal data will be processed on the basis of 6(1)(b) of General Data Protection Regulation.
Your personal data will be processed for the purposes of business relationships which include for example:
- Responding to an inquiries
- Presenting our services and offerings (including voice calls, video calls, email communication)
- Preparing contracts for delivery of our services
Data controller will not sell your personal data.
How long we will process your data?
Your personal data will be processed for: * 30 days after a resignation before an event * 5 years (counting from end of current calendar year) after an event has been conducted * 1 year (counting from end of the current calendar year) for the issued issued certificate document * Indefinitely for certificate ID and completion date without any personal data to enable certification validation for the future
Your data may be processed by following categories of recipients, including but not limited to:
- software development and software maintenance providers
- email hosting providers
- external sales and marketing service providers
Your data will not be shared with external entities who would be qualified as separate data controllers to your data without your direct consent unless it is required by law.
Do we intend to transfer data to third countries?
We may transfer your personal data to third countries only under a valid legal basis that includes but is not limited to use of standard data protection clauses, approved codes of conduct, approved certification mechanism or basing on an adequacy decision.
What are your rights related to processing of personal data?
You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
What are the consequences of failure to provide your personal data?
Failure to provide your personal data or provide a consent for a free subscription to an email newsletter will not have any legal implications. You will not be able to receive an email newsletter without providing your correct personal data.