On this page, we explain how Leijonaverkot Oy (hereinafter referred to as “Leijonaverkot”) collects and processes the personal data of its customers and other corporate and collaboration partners.
Data protection is important to us. Our responsibility is to process your personal data and other data in a reliable, secure and transparent way.
On this page, we explain in more detail how Leijonaverkot collects and processes the personal data of its customers and other corporate and collaboration partners. Our goal is to clarify the transparency of our processing activities and to inform you how we collect and process data. You can find more information on our data protection principles in our privacy policies:
The joint controllers are Leijonaverkot Oy, 2340007-4 and our subsidiaries in Swedish Deltagon Sweden Filial, 516409-0515 and in Norway Deltagon Norway NUF, 920879209. If you have any questions, you can contact us directly via secure email or send us an email to email@example.com.
Leijonaverkot collects data concerning you with the help of automatic data collection equipment when you visit the website. Read more on the identification of website users and the analytics services we use.
How we collect data
Leijonaverkot’s business operations include selling data protection solutions to companies and other legal persons. We collect personal data mainly to maintain customer relationships and to create a potential customer relationship directly from the persons themselves, when, for example, a person contacts us via email.
Customer Register: Personal data are collected directly from the data subject and from the customer contracts between the data subject’s employer and Leijonaverkot.
Marketing Register: Personal data are collected from the data subject, other employees of the company who the data subject represents, through networks and events, from publicly available sources and purchased direct marketing registers.
How we process personal data
The collected personal data is mainly used for the following purposes:
- Maintenance of customer relationships and communication
- Marketing Leijonaverkot’s products and services for customers and potential customers
For how long will personal data be stored?
Personal data will be stored for the purpose it has been collected only for as long as necessary. Once the purpose of processing is no longer fulfilled, your data will be erased from the system in a data secure manner. You can find more detailed information on the personal data storage principles in the privacy policies.
Rights of the data subject
According to the applicable data protection legislation, a data subject whose personal data Leijonaverkot processes has the right at any time to:
- control what data on the data subject Leijonaverkot processes;
- demand the rectification, completion or erasure of personal data;
- object to the processing of personal data
- demand the restriction of the processing of personal data;
- withdraw their consent as far as the processing of personal data is based on the data subject’s consent;
- receive their personal data in machine-readable format and transfer the data in question to another controller, provided that the data subject has supplied the personal data to Leijonaverkot themselves, that Leijonaverkot processes the personal data in question based on a contract, and that the processing is carried out by automated means.
The data subject can make a request based on the aforementioned rights by contacting Leijonaverkot personally. Leijonaverkot may ask the data subject to clarify the request in writing and to prove their identity before processing the request.
The data subject has the right to lodge a complaint to a competent supervisory authority if the data subject considers that Leijonaverkot has not processed the personal data according to the applicable data protection legislation.
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Leijonaverkot reserves the right to update its data protection principles. The updated data protection principles and privacy policies can be found on this website.
The website has been updated on 19 February 2020.