Intosoft may use your data to interact with you and/or respond to your requests/inquiries, to negotiate, perform or facilitate a contract with you or related to you, to send you invitations to events it organizes, to share with you information you might be interested in and/or to inform you about its services. Intosoft may also use your personal data to comply with law, regulations, public authority requests or court orders.
These are examples of purposes for which Intosoft may use personal data you provide to it:
Intosoft websites do not collect or compile personally identifying information for sale to third parties for consumer marketing purposes.
Cookies are small text files that may be placed and stored on your computer/device allowing internet access when you visit Intosoft websites.
Intosoft uses a third-party provider Drift to enable and support live chats on its websites. Cookies in these chats allow Intosoft to see the pages you visit, the browser you use and its version, your operating system and its version, your IP address as well as your city and state. This technology helps Intosoft compile analytics to improve its websites and their functionality.
If you want to disable other cookies, you can learn how to do it by visiting http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
Intosoft may disclose your personal data to (1) its employees who are in contact with you or who are responsible for marketing, (2) other companies of Intosoft (some of them are located outside the European Union), (3) third-party service providers.
Statistical data about Intosoft websites’ visitors may be accessed by (1) Intosoft employees in marketing and/or IT departments who are responsible for analysing such data and for improving Intosoft websites, (2) other companies of Intosoft (some of them are located outside the European Union), (3) third-party service providers.
Intosoft is a multinational group of companies. For this reason, your personal data may be transferred to and stored outside the country where you are located. This includes countries outside the European Economic Area with no adequate level of personal data protection (third countries).
As some of the countries where our offices are situated are not yet recognized by the European Commission as countries with an adequate level of personal data protection, these offices have access to personal data on the basis of instruments that cover the European Union requirements for the transfer of personal data to data controllers/processors outside the European Union (Standard Contractual Clauses approved by the European Commission). You may ask Intosoft to inspect copies of these clauses by contacting its data protection officer.
When Intosoft transfers personal data, it does so for the purposes for which the information has been collected/submitted, for the purposes listed above, for the administration and maintenance of its websites and associated systems, and/or other internal or administrative purposes. Intosoft also may transfer personal data to third parties providing identity management, website hosting and management, data analysis, data backup, security and storage services.
Intosoft works only with those third-party providers that are bound to maintain appropriate levels of security and confidentiality, to process personal data only as instructed by Intosoft and to flow those same obligations down to their sub-processors.
Intosoft will retain your personal information in its systems only for as long as Intosoft needs it, given the purposes for which it was collected, or as required to do so by law.
Under your local laws and the European Union legislation, you may exercise the following rights by submitting your request/inquiry on Intosoft websites:
In some cases, you may also have a right (1) to request restriction on processing of your personal data or (2) to object to processing of your personal data.
There are cases when Intosoft can retain copies of the personal data you requested it to erase. They concern the necessity to protect legitimate interests of Intosoft or third parties, comply with governmental orders, resolve disputes, troubleshoot problems, or enforce any agreement you have formed with Intosoft.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with your local data protection regulator if you think your privacy rights have been violated.