Whose personal data do we process?
- Contacts employed by our suppliers, our partners and
- Visitors to our
- Those who get in touch with us via the contact form on our website
Who do we share your personal data with?
Our IT service providers may be given access to someone’s personal details if they are stored by the service provider concerned or are otherwise made available to the service provider under a contract with us. These IT service providers act in accordance with a data processor agreement with us and under our instructions. An IT service provider may process your personal data only for the purposes that we have decided and that are described in this policy.
Storage of personal data
The personal details provided by users who submit contact forms to this website are also stored. Data from contact forms is deleted after 1 year.
You have rights with regard to your own personal data. Your rights vary depending on the circumstances.
Withdrawing your consent: If you have agreed to receive a newsletter from us, you can withdraw that consent at any time. We have made it easy for you to stop this kind of contact from us by including a link to an “unsubscribe” form in each and every communication. If you have agreed to any other type of personal data processing, you can withdraw your consent at any time by contacting us to let us know.
Asking for access: You are entitled to know what personal data we have recorded about you, as long as this does not violate our duty of confidentiality. To ensure that personal data are passed to the correct person, we may ask you to submit your request for access in writing or that you prove your identity in some other way.
Asking for personal data to be corrected or deleted: You can ask us to rectify any incorrect information we hold about you or delete your personal data. We will, as far as possible, grant a request to delete personal data. However, we cannot do this if there are important reasons not to – for example, if we must store the information for reasons of documentation.
Data portability: In some circumstances, you are entitled to have the personal data you have given us transferred to you in a machine-readable format.
If it is technically feasible, it may in some circumstances be possible to have this data transferred directly to another company.
Submitting a complaint to the Norwegian Data Protection Authority: If you disagree with the way we are processing your personal data, you can submit a complaint to the Norwegian Data Protection Authority.
We have implemented procedures to ensure your personal data is processed securely. These measures are of both a technical and organisational nature. We regularly assess the security of all the key systems used to process personal data, and have entered into agreements that compel the providers of such systems to ensure adequate information security.
Access to personal data is restricted to those personnel who need it to perform their allotted tasks. We have adopted internal IT guidelines and we regularly provide employees with training on security and the use of IT systems.
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