1. What data do we process and why?
Our website offers you the possibility to contact us or to subscribe to our newsletter. By completing the relevant forms, you express your will to be part of our client database.
We only process identification data you provided us with while completing the form (such as your name, surname, position, professional email address, postal address, and any relevant information) for the purposes of client administration (client management, invitation to events, marketing etc.) and of maintaining contact with you. We also process information relevant to surveys and/or invitations to events, and other information such as your preferences and interests. Such processing is based on our legitimate interest to conduct our business and we only keep the data as you long as you hold your position and/or as it is necessary for the above mentioned purposes. We will not sell or communicate your data to third parties unless we are required by law to do so.
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1.2. For the provision of our services
We may process your personal data and enter in contact with you for several purposes. Should you have any doubt or concerns about the processing carried out on your data, please contact us at email@example.com.
a. If we work together or are considering to do so:
If you are part of our client base (or working for one of our clients) or have contacted us as a prospect, SEC Newgate EU, as a controller, processes personal data that you provided us with during our previous contact (identification data such as your name, surname, position, professional email address, postal address) for the purpose of clients administration (client management, invitation to our own events, marketing etc.) and maintaining contact with you.
If you are a supplier, SEC Newgate EU, as a controller, processes personal data that you provided us with during our previous contact (identification data such as your name, surname, position, professional email address, postal address) for the purpose of supplier administration (contract management, purchasing, invoicing, marketing, etc.) and maintaining contact with you.
Such processing is based on our legitimate interest to conduct our business. We will not sell or communicate your data to third parties unless we are required by law to do so. In any case, your personal data are only processed as long as it is necessary for the above-mentioned purposes.
b. If we are contacting you on behalf of one of our clients:
If you received an email invitation to an event or a meeting relating to a matter that might interest you due to your professional activities, chances are that we are processing your personal data as a processor, on behalf of our client, who is the controller. The identity and the contact details of the controller are mentioned in the email received.
Only personal data originating from publicly accessible sources (professional identification data such as your name, surname, position, political party, photography and/or email address) are being processed, based on the legitimate interest of the controller (our client) to exercise its right to freedom of expression or information and/or to conduct its business.
Your data are processed for the purpose of developing and maintaining public and professional relations with you. They are only disclosed to the processor and the controller or to any third party if it is required by law and are only processed as long as it is necessary for the above-mentioned purpose.
c. Association members
If you are a member/natural personal of an association or a representative of a legal entity which is a member of an association, we process your personal data as a processor, on behalf of the association that you or your legal entity is a member of and for the purpose of member administration.
Only identification data (names, surname, date and place of birth, sex, nationality, civil status, address, position, etc.) necessary for compliance with the Law of 27 June 1921 on non-profit associations, foundations and international non-profit associations are processed.
Data are not sold or communicated to third parties unless it is required by law or by judicial or administrative authorities. Your data are only processed as long as it is necessary for a proper member administration.
2. Your rights as data subject
In all the above-mentioned cases and in compliance with the conditions set out in the GDPR, you may at any time obtain information on the processing performed, the rectification of inaccurate data we may hold, the erasure of data or the restriction of the processing. You may also exercise your right to data portability or object to the processing of your personal data.
In such cases, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to us at SEC Newgate EU, rue Defacqz 52, 1050 Brussels. We will promptly address your request. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Belgian supervisory authority (currently, the Commission for the protection of privacy).
We are committed to ensuring that your information is processed in a safe and secure way when stored in our dedicated servers. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect. These technologies and measures are tested on a regular basis and updated if necessary.
4. Other websites
The website may contain links to enable you to visit websites of interest easily. However, you should note that we do not have any control over those other websites. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide whilst visiting such sites and such sites are not governed by this privacy statement. You should exercise caution and look at the privacy statement applicable to the website in question.