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2. What personal data do we collect and how?
Data you provide voluntarilyWe collect Personal Data that you voluntarily provide to us by interacting with us on our Website by filling out online forms or using chatbots, accessing our resources, and webinars, or contacting us offline (for example by telephone, fax, email, or post), etc. and may include your first and last name, business e-mail address, job title, organization you represent and or/work, correspondence, and other information.
Information we collect automatically
Information we collect from other sourcesWe may receive information from third-party service providers, our affiliates, customers or potential customers if you are their contact person, our business and solution partners.We may combine the personal information we collect from you with personal information we receive from other sources, such as third-party providers of business information and publicly available sources (like social media platforms). This may include e-mail addresses, job titles, email addresses, phone numbers, IP addresses, and social media profiles.
We process your data if you express interest in participating in our webinars. We use this information to organize and manage our webinars effectively, including sending invitations, providing relevant materials, and facilitating communication before, during, and after the event.
The legal basis for processing this data is primarily based on your consent. Additionally, we may rely on our legitimate interests in efficiently managing our webinar activities and providing content to participants.Communication with you and providing customer serviceTo communicate with you, provide our customer service, consultations, materials, and answer any inquiries about our Services, we may process your data that we already have (such as your name, contact information, and information about the Service you are using) and the data you provide to us during communication.We process this data based on our legitimate interests to provide you with quality service and to solve any related problems.
Defending our legal interests
In certain cases, we may process your personal data to pursue and defend our legal interests, such as to prevent fraud or attempted fraud, prove your consent, and resolve any disputes, conflicts, and legal claims.
We process this data based on our legitimate interests to pursue and defend our legal interests.
Analysis and improvement of our Services
We may process your personal data to find out your opinion on our Services, as well as to analyze our Services, maintain client statistics and other analytical information for the purpose of assessing risks, improving the Service, and avoiding deficiencies.
We process this data based on our legitimate interests to analyze and improve our Services.
4. With whom do we share your data?If reasonably necessary, we may share your data with:
In certain situations, we have a legal obligation to share your information with third parties to comply with legal requirements or requests, as well as to protect our, or a third party’s legal interests. We will also disclose your information to third parties to the extent allowed by applicable law, including:
Some of the parties mentioned above are based in other countries that may not have equivalent privacy and data protection laws to the country in which you reside. In the case of international transfer of data, we use a variety of legal mechanisms to safeguard the transfer (for example: entering into Standard Contractual Clauses), including ensuring that the personal data will be transferred in compliance with the requirements of applicable data protection regulations.
5. How long do we retain your personal data?
We will process your personal data as long as one of the legal basis and purposes for data processing exists, as well as while we are required by applicable law to retain your personal data.When these conditions end, we will delete or anonymize your data. If this is not possible, then we will securely store your information and isolate it from any further use until deletion is possible.
6. Privacy RightsRegardless of your residence, citizenship, or location, we strive to offer the same fundamental privacy rights to all data subjects whose data we process. These rights include, but are not limited to, the right to:
While we strive to provide consistent privacy rights, there may be instances where legal obligations, governing data protection rights in your country, or restrictions prevent us from fulfilling certain requests and you from exercising certain rights. In such cases, we will transparently communicate the reasons for any limitations imposed.To exercise your data privacy rights, you can submit a written request to us by sending it to our e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that to protect personal information, we may verify your identity by a method appropriate to the type of request you are making.
7. Important Privacy Statements
Data Protection OfficerTo ensure high standards of data protection, we have appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO). The DPO is available to address your questions or concerns related to data privacy. You can contact our Data Protection Officer by sending an email to email@example.com.
Contact informationThank you for entrusting us with your data. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your privacy, feel free to reach out to Semos Cloud at firstname.lastname@example.org or our Data Protection Officer at email@example.com.
1. What personal data do we process?
When you apply for admission to the Academy, we may process different types of personal data for multiple purposes, according to the provisions of this Policy.
Reviewing your application
We process the data and information you have added to the Academy application, information provided to us during behavioral interviews on the “open day” or when you communicate with us, including but not limited to:
Admission into the Academy
If admitted to participating in the Academy, we may request additional information essential for SaaS Academy Agreement finalization, processing fee payments, issuing certificates, and fulfilling administrative requirements. This may include but is not limited to:
Proper functioning of the Academy
During the whole duration of the Academy, we process the data and information you voluntarily provide during the sessions of the program including project work, presentations, discussions, or any other interactive elements within the program.
Protecting our interests and legal rights
In case we need to enforce or defend our legal rights or take part in any other legal process, we may process the personal data we have collected about you during the Academy. We will process this information based on our legitimate interests to protect our rights, resolve disputes, prevent illegal activities such as fraud or abuse, and protect our legal interests.
2. On what legal basis do we process your personal data?
We will process the information provided during the application process based on your consent and our legitimate interests in carrying out the recruitment process and evaluating your application.
If you are admitted to the Academy, we will process your data to undertake the necessary steps before signing the SaaS Academy Agreement, for the performance of such agreement (of which you are a party), and to serve our legitimate interests in conducting the Academy and evaluating your progress.
3. How long do we keep your personal data?
We retain your data for as long as is necessary for the above-mentioned purposes, our legitimate interests as well as applicable laws and regulations. There are different data retention periods, depending on the type of data and the purpose of its processing. Upon termination or the fulfillment of the SaaS Academy Agreement, we will retain only the data we may require to protect our legitimate interests, as well as the data we are required to retain in accordance with applicable laws and regulations (for example, in accordance with the Law on Personal Data Protection, the Law on Obligations, the Law on Accounting, the Law on Archive Material, etc.)
4. Who can receive your personal data?
If reasonably necessary, during the recruitment process and the whole duration of the Academy we may share your data with:
If any of the service providers are located outside the European Union or there are other legitimate
reasons, we may need to transfer data outside the European Union. In such cases, the personal data will be transferred in compliance with the requirements of applicable data protection regulations.
5. Do you know your rights?
As a data subject, you have the right to:
We may periodically update this Policy to reflect any changes in our data practices or legal requirements.
The updated version will be indicated by an updated “Revised” date and the updated version will be effective as soon as it is accessible.
The most recent version of this Policy is as of 01.12.2023.
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If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our Data Protection Officer by simply sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
When you apply for a position at Semos Cloud, we may process different types of personal data for multiple purposes.
We process the data and information you have added to the job application, and information you provided to us during the job interview or when you communicate with us, including but not limited to:
If you have provided such information, we may contact your previous colleagues or other referees to find out more about your suitability for a particular vacancy. We will only contact the referees you have indicated. For this purpose, we will process the name, surname, and contact details of the referee, and the information provided about you. We will process this data based on your and the referee’s consent.
2. What’s the legal basis for processing?
We will process your data based on your consent and our legitimate interests in carrying out the recruitment process and evaluating your application.
We retain your data for as long as is necessary for the above-mentioned purposes, our legitimate interests as well as applicable laws and regulations.
There are different data retention periods, depending on the type of data and the purpose of its processing.
Upon finalizing the recruitment process, we will retain only the data we may require to protect our legitimate interests, as well as the data we are required to retain in accordance with applicable laws and regulations (for example, in accordance with the Law on Personal Data Protection, the Law on Obligations, the Law on Labor Relations, the Law on Archive Material, etc.).
If reasonably necessary, during the recruitment process we may share your data with:
If any of the service providers are located outside the European Union or there are other legitimate reasons, we may need to transfer data outside the European Union. In such cases, the personal data will be transferred in compliance with the requirements of applicable data protection regulations.
We may periodically update this Policy to reflect any changes in our data practices or legal requirements. The updated version will be indicated by an updated “Revised” date and the updated version will be effective as soon as it is accessible.
The most recent version of this Policy is as of 04.12.2023.
1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that websites store on a computer or other device (but don’t access its contents). Cookies are generally used for the proper operation of the features and functionalities of the website, to keep track of movements within the website, to remember visitor’s preferences, and login details, or to enhance your experience.
A first-party cookie is a kind of cookie that goes back and forth between your computer or device and the website. The cookie allows the website to store your preferences. Unlike First – party, Third-party cookies typically travel between your computer or device and a website other than the one you are visiting, usually an ad-serving company, that is a different site from the one you are visiting.
Cookies can be “session cookies” or “persistent cookies”. Session cookies are temporary cookies that are erased once you close your browser and leave the site. They are created temporarily while you are visiting the website and they are not stored on your computer or device. On the other hand, persistent or permanent cookies are stored on your computer or other devices for a predetermined length of time when you visit the website. They stay on your computer or other device until you manually delete them or until your browser deletes them based on the duration period specified in the persistent cookie file. These kinds of cookies are activated automatically, once you visit the website that stores the cookie.
2. Types of cookies used on our website
Strictly Necessary Cookies provide the technical operation of the website and allow you to move around the website more freely and securely. These cookies do not gather personal information and cannot be used for marketing or advertising purposes. Since they make the website or product work, they cannot be turned off.
Performance/Statistic cookies collect information on the performance of a website such as counting the visits and traffic sources, so we can measure and improve the performance of our Services. They help us know, which pages of the website are visited most often, time spent, or any error messages. These kinds of Cookies do not collect any personal information, they gather anonymous and aggregate data.
Functionality/Preference cookies allow the website to remember visitor’s choices or preferences regarding the region, language, text size, font, etc. These kinds of cookies help to increase the usability of the website while providing personalized features. Functionality cookies may store certain types of personal information if needed to provide some functionalities.
We use Targeting/Marketing cookies to track the efficiency of our online advertising campaigns and marketing communication and to assign personalized advertisements for you. While you are browsing our Services, these cookies use ad-tracking functionality that collects data about you, including what kind of advertisements you view and how you interact. These kinds of cookies help us or third-party advertisers to display advertisements that are most relevant to you.
3. Use of Similar Technologies (Web Beacons)
We may also use from time to time, some other similar technologies like web beacons (also called “tracking pixels” or “clear gifts”) in addition to, or in combination with, cookies. Web beacons are tiny graphics files with unique identifiers placed on a website or in an email. They help us to better understand the behavior of visitors on our websites and the recipients of our e-mail.
Through the cookie file stored on your computer or other device, we identify your access to our Services when you are interacting with our website, and it tells us how and when you visit the Services.
5. Third-Party Cookies and Tracking Technologies
The most recent version of this Policy is as of 03.01.2024.
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